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Preeclampsia: definition, new in pathogenesis, guidelines, treatment and prevention
Kaptilnyy V.A., Reyshtat D.Y.
Complications of preeclampsia: etiology, pathogenesis and treatment. Hellp-syndrome (modern concepts and treatment)
Kaptil’nyy V.A., Reyshtat D.Y., Ageyev M.B.
Placental insufficiency and preeclampsia are associated with increased thrombin generation
Gribkova I.V., Koroleva N.S., Murashko A.V.
Features of the course of pregnancy at the preeclampsia of varying severity at the present stage
Simanov I.V.
THE ROLE OF BIOCHEMICAL MARKERS IN THE RISK STRATIFICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT OF PREECLAMPSIA: THE CLINICIAN’S VIEW
Ignatko I.V., Florova V.S., Kuznetsov A.C., Kuzina E.Y.
PODOCYTURIA AS A MARKER FOR PREECLAMPSIA
Murashko A.V., Faizullin L.Z., Murashko A.A.
FEATURES OF THE COURSE OF PREGNANCY AND GENERA IN PATIENTS WITH OBESITY
Timokhina E.V., Saakyan M.G., Zafiridi N.V., Bogomazova I.M.
FEATURES OF PREGNANCY IN NULLIPAROUS WITH EARLY PREECLAMPSIA
Volkov V.G., Badalova L.M.
INVESTIGATION OF MICRORNA LEVELS IN BLOOD PLASMA IN PREGNANT WOMEN WITH GESTATIONAL ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION, PREECLAMPSIA, AND FETAL GROWTH RETARDATION SYNDROME
Murashko A.V., Simonova M.S., Goryunova A.G., Chebanov D.K., Abramov A.A., Chaplygin E.Y.
METHODS OF PRECLINICAL DIAGNOSIS OF PREECLAMPSIA. COMPARISON OF BIOCHEMICAL AND INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF EXAMINATION
Eristova S.K.
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