Pregnancy-related complications in women with reflux nephropathy.

Abstract

Three hundred and forty-five pregnancies in 137 women with reflux nephropathy have been studied. All pregnancies took place after 1971. Overall foetal loss was 48 (14%) of which only 6 (2%) were therapeutic abortions. Maternal complications (urine infection, hypertension, proteinuria, oedema, deterioration in renal function, hematuria or renal stones… (More)

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@article{ElKhatib1994PregnancyrelatedCI, title={Pregnancy-related complications in women with reflux nephropathy.}, author={Mona M El-Khatib and David Kenneth Packham and Gerd Becker and P Kincaid-smith}, journal={Clinical nephrology}, year={1994}, volume={41 1}, pages={50-5} }