recurrent pregnancy loss


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recurrent pregnancy loss

Abbreviation: RPL
Three or more consecutive miscarriages that occur before the 20th week of gestation.
See also: loss
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Administration of G-CSF in patients with recurrent pregnancy loss has been studied only in terms of multiple doses of subcutaneous injection.
Investigation on estrogen receptor alpha gene polymorphisms in Iranian women with recurrent pregnancy loss.
A study has been conducted in Sindh, a province of Pakistan to assess the role of antioxidant on maternal and fetus health mothers with a history of recurrent pregnancy loss were studied.
Submucous myomas are clearly implicated in infertility and recurrent pregnancy loss.
Methods: The case-control study was conducted at the Department of Haematology, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Rawalpindi, Pakistan, from January to June 2012, and comprised women of 18 to 45 years of age who had a history of recurrent pregnancy loss, and controls with no history of pregnancy loss.
Celik, "Assessment of ischemia-modified albumin level in patients with recurrent pregnancy loss during the first trimester," The European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, vol.
Hypercoagulable state mutation analysis in white patients with early first-trimester recurrent pregnancy loss.
Over the past two decades operative hysteroscopy has emerged as a vital procedure for management of recurrent pregnancy loss, infertility and abnormal uterine bleeding.
Women who have recurrent pregnancy loss are commonly tested for the presence of aPLs, and up to 15 percent are positive.
Chronic histiocytic intervillositis: a placental lesion associated with recurrent pregnancy loss.
However most of them suffer cervical incompetence after their second deliveries and this leads to recurrent pregnancy loss.
Combination of heparin and aspirin is superior to aspirin alone in enhancing live births in patients with recurrent pregnancy loss and positive anti-phospholipid antibodies: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials and meta-regression.

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