abruption


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Synonyms for abruption

an instance of sudden interruption

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High prevalence of the prothrombin gene mutation in women with intrauterine growth retardation, abruption placentae and second trimester loss.
A post mortem revealed the cause of Ms Momodu's death was a placental abruption, with a narrowing of the arteries around her heart.
The commonest indication for caesarean section in abruption was haemorrhage in 13 cases (50%) followed by foetal distress in 12 cases (46.
Adverse pregnancy outcomes included hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, postpartum hemorrhage, cesarean section, preterm birth, placental abruption, and fetal distress/anemia.
7 While regarding obstetric complications these women are at increased risk of malpresentations, obstructed labour, placenta previa, placenta abruption, retained placenta, ruptured uterus, post partum hemorrhage, caesarian sections and caesarian hysterectomy.
Finding out about the abruption made me realise that someone may not be as lucky as me, and have an abruption (or other emergency) in the ambulance whilst being transferred, as they can happen so suddenly.
The diagnosis can be challenging as it can mimic other conditions such as ruptured ectopic pregnancy, placental abruption and uterine rupture.
Placental abruption accounts for a disproportionately high rate of premature birth, low birth weight; still birth rate and perinatal death (6).
Maternal hypothyroidism is the most common disorder of thyroid function in pregnancy and has been associated with miscarriage, fetal loss, preeclampsia, preterm delivery, placental abruption, low birth weight, fetal distress and reduced intellectual function of the offspring.
O'Neill and her associates said, 'Almost 50% of the explained stillbirths in this cohort were due to antenatal complications (including placental abruption /infarction, intrauterine growth restriction, preeclampsia, prematurity, and poor placental growth).
When Julie went into hospital to give birth to her daughter Josie she suffered a placental abruption, a serious condition which occurs when the placenta separates from the wall of the womb during birth, and an emergency caesarean was needed.
LANI ROSE R DIZON DOHA AROUND 80 percent of pregnant Qatari women are exposed to passive smoking, which is responsible for low birth weight of babies, premature rupture of membranes, placental abruption, pre-term delivery and still birth, among others, a recent study has found.
Furthermore, unexplained stillbirths, (5,7-9) and stillbirths secondary to placental abruption, obstetrical complications, asphyxia, (5,9) slow fetal growth, maternal diseases,5 and non-chromosomal congenital anomalies, (5,10) are more strongly associated with maternal education, but the lack of data on time trends makes it difficult to determine whether associations vary over time.
of Texas, topics include abortion, fetal imaging, breech delivery, eclampsia, placental abruption, triplets and multiple births, postterm pregnancy, pneumonia, asthma, chronic hypertension, appendicitis, anemia, gestational diabetes, sexually transmitted diseases, cancer, prematurity, injuries to the fetus and newborn, and stillbirth.