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1,391 Possible Causes for Clonus in Legs, Preeclampsia

  • Essential Hypertension

    Abstract A hospitalized woman with essential hypertension complicated by severe preeclampsia was serially studied in the end of her pregnancy and in the puerperal period.[] If signs of preeclampsia are found, a specialist will be brought in for treatment.[] Genest D , Falcao S , Gutkowska J and Lavoie J (2018) Impact of Exercise Training on Preeclampsia , Hypertension , 60 :5 , (1104-1109) , Online publication date: 1-Nov-2012[]

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  • Third Trimester Pregnancy

    A diagnosis of progressive preeclampsia cannot be based on increasing uric acid levels and reduced platelet count in a stable clinical condition.[] Autoantibodies were equally distributed between patients with gestational hypertension and those with preeclampsia.[] Preeclampsia is also possible during this time.[]

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  • Obesity

    Pathophysiological changes create conditions for obstetric and perinatal complications, the most important complications of which is gestational diabetes mellitus, preeclampsia[] Preterm birth—Problems associated with a woman’s obesity, such as preeclampsia, may lead to a medically indicated preterm birth.[] Hiltunen, Sanna Heino, Seppo Heinonen, Eero Kajantie and Hannele Laivuori , An Obesity-RelatedFTOVariant and the Risk of Preeclampsia in a Finnish Study Population , Journal[]

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  • Preeclampsia

    In cases of preeclampsia, delivery at the earliest is the only cure.[] Delivery is proposed for patients with preeclampsia without severe features after 37 weeks of gestation and in case of severe preeclampsia after 34 weeks of gestation.[] […] or from shared risk factors between preeclampsia and cardiac disease.[]

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  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Complications in the mother also can occur as a result of gestational diabetes, including: Preeclampsia.[] Preeclampsia and gestational hypertension A population-based, retrospective cohort study of 1,010,068 pregnant women examined the association between preeclampsia and gestational[] Preeclampsia can lead to serious or even life-threatening complications for both mother and baby. Subsequent gestational diabetes.[]

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  • Pulmonary Edema

    RESULTS: 1106 cases of preeclampsia were admitted, with 62 cases (5.6%) had pulmonary edema.[] Abstract We herein report the case of a preeclampsia patient with comorbid peripartum cardiomyopathy (PPCMP).[] CONCLUSION: Lung ultrasonography has potential to be used in obstetrics for detecting pulmonary edema in preeclampsia.[]

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  • Diabetes in Pregnancy

    OUTCOMES: The outcomes evaluated were short- and long-term maternal outcomes, including preeclampsia, Caesarean section, future diabetes, and other cardiovascular complications[] Preeclampsia occurred more in women with T1DM only.[] Get informed Preeclampsia Preeclampsia is a serious high blood pressure complication of pregnancy that can occur any time after the 20th week of pregnancy.[]

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  • HELLP Syndrome

    In women with preeclampsia and the HELLP syndrome several genes in the placenta are deregulated. Preeclampsia and the HELLP syndrome are multiplex genetic diseases.[] Successful use of Eculizumab in this case suggests that complement inhibition may be an effective treatment strategy for severe preeclampsia/HELLP syndrome.[] Placentas were obtained from women in the following groups: (1) late-onset preeclampsia (n 8); (2) early-onset preeclampsia without (n 7) and (3) with HELLP syndrome (n 8)[]

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  • Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation

    In different cohort studies, DIC is reported in about 12-14% of women with preeclampsia.[] […] disease Recent surgery Sepsis infection Placental abruption Death of the baby in utero (particularly if delivery is delayed, which is more common with multiple pregnancies ) Preeclampsia[] More common disorders include severe preeclampsia, hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, and low platelet count syndrome, and massive obstetric hemorrhage.[]

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  • Multiple Pregnancy

    Preeclampsia Preeclampsia, Pregnancy Induced Hypertension (PIH), Toxemia, and high blood pressure are all synonymous terms.[] Preeclampsia. You are more than twice as likely to develop preeclampsia than women carrying one baby.[] Twin pregnancies are twice as likely to be complicated by preeclampsia as single pregnancies. Half of triplet pregnancies develop preeclampsia.[]

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