Remote prognosis after eclampsia.

  • L C Chesley
  • Published 1976 in Perspectives in nephrology and hypertension
Of 270 women who survived eclampsia in the period 1931 through 1951, all but three were traced in 1974. In white women having eclampsia as primiparas, neither the remote mortality nor the prevalence of hypertension is increased over that in unselected women matched for age. Both are increased significantly in white women having eclampsia as multiparas and… CONTINUE READING