Fetal Membranes Premature Rupture
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1. Influence of mode of delivery on neonatal mortality and morbidity in spontaneous preterm breech delivery.
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OBJECTIVE: To study the association between mode of delivery and neonatal outcome in singleton pregnancy with breech presentation and preterm birth, due to premature labour (PTL) and/or preterm premature rupture of the membranes (pPROM). DESIGN AND METHODS: Information on preterm (gestational week 25-36) singleton births in breech presentation in Sweden during 1990-2002 was obtained from the Swedish Medical Birth Registry and the Swedish Hospital Discharge Registry. The study groups included 1975 caesarean and 699 vaginal deliveries with a diagnosis of PTL or pPROM, without pregnancy ... Read More »
» Published in Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol. 2006 Sep 19;
2. Defective implantation and placentation: laying the blueprint for pregnancy complications.
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Normal implantation and placentation is critical for pregnancy success. Many pregnancy-related complications that present late in gestation (such as pre-eclampsia and preterm labour) appear to have their origins early in pregnancy with abnormalities in implantation and placental development. Implantation is characterized by invasion of the maternal tissues of the uterus by fetal trophoblast, and the degree to which trophoblast invades these tissues appears to be a major determinant of pregnancy outcome. Excessive invasion can lead to abnormally firm attachment of the placenta to the myometrium ... Read More »
» Published in Reprod Biomed Online. 2006 Oct;13(4):591-9.
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