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Pregnancy Thrombophilia

The Unsuspected Risk

Learn the recent statements concerning the impact and management of mother-fetal thrombophilia, the achievement necessary for gestation complication prevention and realizing a successful pregnancy valuation. Pregnancy Thrombophilia - The Unsuspected Risk encompasses complete many-sides aspects of thrombophilic conditions during pregnancy, including clinical and basic knowledge approach faced to: 1) Obstetricians, IVF involving gynecologists, Internists, and General practitioners, especially skilled in high risk pregnancy assessment will receive up to date evidence for mother thrombophilia testing indications, an incoming pharmacogenetic approach of individualized antithrombotic therapy and thrombotic tendency management in assisted reproductive technics; 2) Physicians, in particular geneticists, biologists and all researchers, who combine the science of the laboratory with teaching practice, will have essential benefits from the chapters of physiology, pathological and molecular basis of maternal/fetus thrombophilia; 3) The mother-health incorporated immunologists will find a new therapeutic approach beyond anticoagulant treatment in pregnancy with autoimmune conditions. Pregnancy Thrombophilia - The Unsuspected Risk gives you a chance to a rapid review of the recent stands, concerning maternal thrombotic state and authoritative and easy to read summary answers in your daily pregnancy follow up practice.

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Pregnancy ThrombophiliaThe Unsuspected RiskEdited by Petar Ivanov

Published: September 19th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/46070

ISBN: 978-953-51-1199-3

Copyright year: 2013

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1 Web of Science Citations

1 Dimensions Citations

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1. Genetics and Molecular Pathophysiology of Thrombotic States

By Ludek Slavik

1699

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2. Placenta Changes During Pregnancy with Thrombophilia — Influences of Low Molecular Weight Heparin Therapy

By P. Ivanov and Tsv. Tsvyatkovska

2450

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3. Main Types of Clinical Appearance of Thrombophilic States During Pregnancy – Target Groups for Thrombophilia Testing

By Ricardo Barini, Joyce Annichino-Bizzache, Egle Couto, Marcelo Luis Nomura, Adriana Goes Soligo and Isabela Nelly Machado

1169

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4. Pharmacogenetics and the Treatment of Thrombophilia

By Ivana Novaković, Nela Maksimović and Dragana Cvetković

1160

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5. Antiphospholipid Antibodies Syndrome and Reproductive Failures: New Therapeutic Trends Beyond Aspirin and Heparin

By Chiara Tersigni, Silvia D’Ippolito and Nicoletta Di Simone

1300

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6. Thrombophilia in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: A Review of Multiple Mechanisms and Resultant Clinical Outcomes

By Patricia J. Dhar and Robert J. Sokol

1473

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7. Thrombophilia in Assisted Reproductive Technology — Place and Needs of Thromboprophylaxis

By P. Ivanov, Sl. Tomov, Tsv. Tsvyatkovska, E. Konova and R. Komsa- Penkova

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