PREGNANCY OUTCOMES IN WOMEN WITH UNDIFFERENTIATED CONNECTIVE TISSUE DYSPLASIA
Keywords:placental insufficiency, pregnancy, outcome, undifferentiated connective tissue dysplasia
The conducted studies found that the course of pregnancy in the first trimester in women of the main group was more often complicated by threatening miscarriage, requiring hospital treatment (17 women, 47.22±8.3%) in the main group, p = 0.021). In the second trimester of pregnancy, women in the main group were more likely to have a threat of miscarriage (19 women, 52.8±8.3%) in the main group, p=0.031); exacerbation of herpetic infection (16.7±6.3%, p=0.021). In the third trimester, women in the main group were more likely to have threatened labor (15 women, 41.7±8.2% in the main group, p=0.05); oligohydramnios (9 women, 25.0±7.2%); intrauterine growth retardation syndrome (28 women, 77.8±6.9%, p=0.046).
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