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1URIC ACID LEVEL AS A PREDICTOR OF SEVERITY IN PREGNANT WOMEN WITH SEVERE PREECLAMPSIA
Natasya Natasya,Fidel Ganis Siregar,Ratna Akbari Ganie
GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS.2021;()327
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2Vitamin D restores angiogenic balance and decreases tumor necrosis factor-a in a rat model of pre-eclampsia
Jing Song,Yue Li,Ruifang An
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research.2017;43(1)42
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3Correlation of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy with procedures of in vitro fertilization and pregnancy outcomes
Fang Xiong,Lingqing Hu,Yun Zhang,Xiao Xiao
Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine.2017;43(1)42
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4Maternal serum uric acid: a reliable prognostic indicator of foetal outcome among pre-eclamptic patients in a low resource setting
Olumide Mojisola Ayankunle,Adebayo Augustine Adeniyi,Olumide Emmanuel Adewara,Sunday Babatunde Awoyinka,Idowu Oluwaseyi Adebara,Olabisi Timothy Adeyemo,Adewunmi Bakare,Ayokunle Moses Olumodeji,Ahmed Kayode Jimoh
The Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine.2021;43(1)1
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5Sevoflurane inhibited inflammatory response induced by TNF-a in human trophoblastic cells through p38MAPK signaling pathway
Li Mo,Shuzhen Hong,Yi Li,Zurong Hu,Baoyi Han,Zaomei Wei,Jie Jia
Journal of Receptors and Signal Transduction.2020;40(3)218
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6Increasing maternal percentage body fat in early second trimester: a risk factor for preeclampsia
Yanxia Wang,Jie Qiu,Min Zhou,Youjie Wang,Yukai Du
The Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine.2015;28(3)293
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7Increasing maternal percentage body fat in early second trimester: a risk factor for preeclampsia
Marija Djekic-Ivankovic,Zeina Jamaluddine
The Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine.2018;28(3)293
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8Lack of association between Toxoplasma gondii infection and hypertensive disorders in pregnancy: a case–control study in a Northern Mexican population
Cosme Alvarado-Esquivel,Fernando Vázquez-Alaníz,Ada A Sandoval-Carrillo,José M Salas-Pacheco,Jesús Hernández-Tinoco,Luis Sánchez-Anguiano,Oliver Liesenfeld
Parasites & Vectors.2014;7(1)167
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9Maternal Serum Uric Acid as a Predictor of Severity of Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy: A Prospective Cohort Study
Naina Kumar,Amit K. Singh
Current Hypertension Reviews.2019;15(2)154
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10Is There Any Association Between Use of Antidepressants and Preeclampsia or Gestational Hypertension?
Faruk Uguz
Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology.2017;37(1)72
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11Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and pregnancy complications among Sri Lankan women: A cross sectional analytical study
Rasika Pradeep Herath,Shirom R. Siriwardana,Chanil D. Ekanayake,Vikum Abeysekara,Sajith U. A. Kodithuwakku,Himali P. Herath,Jonathan M. Peterson
PLOS ONE.2019;14(4)e0215326
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12Magnesium Lithospermate B Downregulates the Levels of Blood Pressure, Inflammation, and Oxidative Stress in Pregnant Rats with Hypertension
Kaixiang Xu,Xiaohong Zang,Mian Peng,Qian Zhao,Binbin Lin
International Journal of Hypertension.2020;2020(4)1
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13The role of Th17 cells in the pathophysiology of pregnancy and perinatal mood and anxiety disorders
Lauren M. Osborne,Amitoj Brar,Sabra L. Klein
Brain, Behavior, and Immunity.2019;76(4)7
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14Gene expression analysis of MMPs in women with preeclampsia using cell-free fetal RNA in maternal plasma
Elham Etesami,Habib Nikukar,Fariba Ramezanali,Fahimeh Ghotbizadeh Vahdani,Maryam Shahhoseini,Raha Favaedi,Azadeh Ghaheri,Sara Seydabadi,Mohammadreza Zamanian
Pregnancy Hypertension.2019;17(4)261
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15The use of uterine artery doppler indices for prediction of pre-eclampsia in Port-Harcourt, Nigeria
EmechetaGabriel Okwudire,OmololaMojisola Atalabi,UgonnaMicheal Ezenwugo
Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal.2019;26(4)223
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16Case-control study on ocular changes and ophthalmic Doppler velocimetric indices among preeclamptic and normotensive pregnant women in Ibadan, Nigeria
Chiemelie Onwudiegwu,Ademola Adekanmi,Bolutife Olusanya,Olatunji Lawal,Babatunde Adedokun,Imran Morhason-Bello,Adesina Oladokun
BMJ Open Ophthalmology.2020;5(1)e000550
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17Quercetin attenuates reduced uterine perfusion pressure -induced hypertension in pregnant rats through regulation of endothelin-1 and endothelin-1 type A receptor
Xia Sun,Shuping Zhang,Haitao Song
Lipids in Health and Disease.2020;19(1)e000550
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18Imbalance between proliferation and apoptosis-related impaired GPR30 expression is involved in preeclampsia
Jianxin Li,Zhu Chen,Xiaobo Zhou,Shuming Shi,Hongbo Qi,Philip N. Baker,Hua Zhang
Cell and Tissue Research.2016;366(2)499
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19A Combined Supplementation of Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Micronutrients (Folic Acid, Vitamin B12) Reduces Oxidative Stress Markers in a Rat Model of Pregnancy Induced Hypertension
Nisha G. Kemse,Anvita A. Kale,Sadhana R. Joshi,Stefan Strack
PLoS ONE.2014;9(11)e111902
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20Supplementing punicalagin reduces oxidative stress markers and restores angiogenic balance in a rat model of pregnancy-induced hypertension
Yujue Wang,Mengwei Huang,Xiaofeng Yang,Zhongmei Yang,Lingling Li,Jie Mei
The Korean Journal of Physiology & Pharmacology.2018;22(4)409
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21RETRACTED ARTICLE: Investigation of elevation as a risk factor for hypertensive disorders of pregnancy among Colorado women between 2007 and 2015
Lauren J. Heath,Hailey Hyde,Christin Miller,Jill M. Norris
Hypertension in Pregnancy.2019;38(1)1
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22Preeclampsia Emerging as a Novel Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Disease in the Offspring
Ageliki A. Karatza,Gabriel Dimitriou
Current Pediatric Reviews.2020;16(3)194
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23Circulating lncRNA BC030099 Increases in Preeclampsia Patients
Yuhong Sun,Yan Hou,Nan Lv,Qian Liu,Nan Lin,Shuyu Zhao,Xiaodan Chu,Xuan Chen,Guobin Cheng,Peiling Li
Molecular Therapy - Nucleic Acids.2019;14(3)562
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