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Abnormal inflammation in a rat model of spontaneous fetal loss leads to maternal coagulopathies associated with placental haemostatic alterations
Spontaneous foetal loss is the most common complication of pregnancy, affecting up to 20% of recognized pregnancies and recurring in 1-3% of cases. Abnormal maternal inflammation and systemic maternal coagulopathies are ...
The Role of Abnormal Maternal Inflammation in the Pathogenesis of Pregnancy Complications
Pre-eclampsia (PE), fetal growth restriction (FGR) and fetal death are common complications associated with human pregnancy. A hallmark of these adverse pregnancy outcomes is reduced utero-placental perfusion, which is ...