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Risk of placental abruption in relation to maternal depressive, anxiety and stress symptoms
Background Little is known about the influence of psychiatric factors on the etiology of placental abruption (PA), an obstetrical condition that complicates 1–2% of pregnancies. We examined the risk of PA in relation to ...
Genome-wide and candidate gene association studies of placental abruption
(e-Century Publishing, 2013-09-12)
Placental abruption (PA), a pregnancy-related vascular disorder, is a leading cause of maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality. The success of identifying genetic susceptibility loci for PA, a multi-factorial heritable ...
Risk of placental abruption in relation to migraines and headaches
Background Migraine, a common chronic-intermittent disorder of idiopathic origin characterized by severe debilitating headaches and autonomic nervous system dysfunction, and placental abruption, the premature separation ...
A genome-wide association study of variations in maternal cardiometabolic genes and risk of placental abruption
(e-Century Publishing, 2012-11-05)
Accumulating evidence suggests that placental abruption has a complex multifactorial pathogenesis that involves cardiovascular risk and metabolic dysfunction. However, comprehensive assessment of variations in genes involved ...