Pregnancy failure and heritable thrombophilia.


Heritable thrombophilia is associated with an increased risk for pregnancy failure, defined as sporadic and recurrent miscarriage, late fetal loss, and other vascular pregnancy complications such as preeclampsia and intrauterine growth retardation. The pathogenesis is likely to include effects on trophoblast differentiation and not solely hypercoagulability… (More)


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@article{Middeldorp2007PregnancyFA, title={Pregnancy failure and heritable thrombophilia.}, author={Saskia Middeldorp}, journal={Seminars in hematology}, year={2007}, volume={44 2}, pages={93-7} }