gestosis

gestosis

 [jes-to´sis] (pl. gesto´ses)
any disorder of pregnancy, such as preeclampsia-eclampsia syndrome.
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ges·to·sis

, pl.

ges·to·ses

(jes-tō'sis, -sēz),
Any disorder of pregnancy.
[L. gesto, to carry, to bear, + G. -osis, condition]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

ges·to·sis

, pl. gestoses (jes-tō'sis, -sēz)
Any disorder of pregnancy.
[L. gesto, to carry, to bear, + G. -osis, condition]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Unlike the risk for white matter damage that was significantly increased in the z-score bands <10% and >90%, as was gestosis (Table 3), there were no relations between z-score bands of the morphometric index and intra/ periventricular hemorrhages, neither overall (IVH/PIVH grade I/II-grade IV) nor individually as grade I/II, grade III, or grade IV.
Polianskaya, Use of an inhibitor of arginase L-norvaline for correction of L-NAME-induced gestosis in the experiment, abstract of dissertation of candidate of medical science (14.03.06 [dissertation, thesis], staraya Kupavna, 2013.
Cuestion que no es baladi ya que las evidencias senalan una asociacion entre las edades maternas avanzadas y el aumento de la incidencia de cesareas (67,68,69), partos instrumentados (70,71,72), diabetes gestacional, gestosis, preeclampsia (73,74,75), placenta previa, hemorragia vaginal preparto, rotura prematura de membranas (76,77) y desprendimiento de placenta (78).
Tarasova et al., "Structural functional state of hemoglobin in gestosis," Modern Problems of Science and Education, vol.
At the age of 30 years, the patient became pregnant and she gave birth to a girl (BIII.1); pregnancy was complicated by gestosis, with delivery at 35 weeks.
The above mentioned interactions along with increased endothelial triglyceride accumulation may result in endothelial cell dysfunction in gestosis. Increased TG found in pregnancy-induced hypertension is likely to be deposited in predisposed vessels, such as the uterine spiral arteries and contributes to the endothelial dysfunction, both directly and indirectly through generation of small dense LDL.
Serum lipid and lipoprotein concentrations in pregnancy and at onset of labour in normal and complicated pregnancies caused by hypertensive gestosis and fetal growth retardation.
(19-21) Pregnant obese women require early diagnosis and prophylaxis of pathogenic disturbances, as they cause obstetric complications (e.g., insufficiency of placenta, gestosis, intrauterine hypoxia, and intrauterine growth restriction of the fetus).
One of the major problems of modern obstetrics is to study the pathogenic mechanisms of preeclampsia in association with extragenital diseases, in particular, a violation of microcirculation, accompanied by the development of tissue hypoxia and metabolic changes in gestosis, compounded by a combination of the latter with anemia [8-10].
"Clinical and biochemical aspects of the pathogenesis of gestosis", Journal Obstetrics and gynecology, Vol.3, pp.3-5
Sin embargo se debe tener en cuenta que el riesgo de gestosis (patologia especifica del embarazo) y diabetes gestacional se eleva a partir de esta edad, al igual que la posibilidad de padecer miomas y trastornos cromosomicos.

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