praevia

praevia

[prē′vē·ə]
Etymology: L
having occurred at an earlier time or in front of a place. Also called praevius.

praevia

, praevius (prē′vē-ă) (prē′vē-ŭs) [L.]
Going before in time or place.
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Placenta praevia after prior caesarean section: An exploratory case-control study.
Placenta praevia with increta was the causative factor in 2 (09%) women (figure).
Occlusion of upper genital tract following lower segment cesarean section for placenta praevia.
Women excluded from the study included those with hypersensitivity to prostaglandins, those with history of liver disease, glaucoma, convulsive disorder, those with scarred uterus due to previous caesarean section or myomectomy and those with placenta praevia.
Previous caesarean section is an obvious example, being associated with abdominal adhesions, placenta praevia and morbidly adherent placenta.
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The final subsection, on texts, images, and arts of poetry, presents Anne Rolet and Stephane Rolet, "Proto-emblematique et symbolique: a propos de quelques images du Labirynth de Fortune de Jean Bouchet"; Sylvie Laigneau-Fontaine, "Poesie et peinture dans l'epigramme Lyonnaise des annees 1530-1540"; and Marie-France Guipponi-Gineste, "Place et role de Claudien dans l'art poetique de Jacob Balde (Dissertatio praevia de studio poetico, Expeditio PolemicoPoetica).
In pregnancy it has many harmful feto-maternal outcomes like preterm deliveries, intra uterine growth retardation, low birth weight, placental abruption, placental praevia, premature rupture of fetal membrane, still birth and ectopic pregnancies.
However, a repeated cesarean section is correlated with more complications and risks such as an increase in operative trauma, placenta praevia, surgical injury and hysterectomy,4 even it can cause death of mother and baby.
Communionis notio (1992), y que el autor, con acierto, lee a la luz de la <<Clarificacion>> de ese texto en el articulo aparecido en L'Osservatore Romano al ano de su publicacion (25-VT1993) (texto al que, en ocasiones, no se le presta la debida atencion, y que, sin embargo, deberia ser como una especie de nota explicativa praevia para la interpretacion de Communionis notio) (cfr.
2] With an increasing era of cesarean section (CS), it poses some documented risk to the mother in subsequent pregnancy such as placenta praevia and accrete or rupture of previous scar.