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Objective Despite high rates of hypertension in pregnancy, the effects of hypertension have not been separated appropriately from the effects of the medications that are used. We evaluated the safety of exposure to antihypertensive medications during pregnancy, while accounting for disease effects.
Objective Fetal dysregulation of T helper cell pathways may predispose to allergy, as high cord blood T helper 2/T helper 1 ratios have been shown to precede development of allergic diseases. We aimed to determine whether prenatal eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid supplementation...
A 28-year-old woman, 34 weeks pregnant, with previously diagnosed antiphospholipid syndrome, presents with vesicular tongue lesions treated as herpes outbreak and new onset of preeclampsia. Tongue biopsy preformed postpartum after induction of labor for preeclampsia reveals tongue infarction.
Objective Recent guidelines classify variable decelerations without detail as to degree of depth. We hypothesized that variable deceleration severity is highly correlated with fetal base deficit accumulation.
Objective We sought to determine factors associated with perineal wound complications in women with obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS).
Objective To assess maternal-fetal outcomes in pregnancies associated with persistently elevated second-trimester maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein.
Objective Amniotic fluid embolism syndrome is a fatal disease in pregnant women. The exact role of platelets and neutrophils in amniotic fluid embolism syndrome is not clear. We examined whether amniotic fluid could affect platelet-neutrophil aggregation and activation and the possible mechanisms.
Objective Uterine leiomyomata (UL) are a major contributor to gynecologic morbidity and medical costs, and black women are disproportionately affected by the condition. Previous studies have linked UL to psychosocial stress, including child abuse. We assessed the association between lifetime...
Objectives Maternal deficiency of the omega-3 fatty acid, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), has been associated with perinatal depression, but there is evidence that supplementation with eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) may be more effective than DHA in treating depressive symptoms. This trial tested the...
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