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Early Pregnancy Loss : Mechanisms and Treatment

Author: F Sharp; Richard W Beard
Publisher: London : Springer London, 1988.
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The first three months of pregnancy still pose many unsolved questions. Little is known of the morphological changes that occur at that time and knowledge of the mechanisms that control this vital stage of pregnancy is almost non-existant. The need for new findings in this field led the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists to call for a special study group. The results of the group's detailed  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: F Sharp; Richard W Beard
ISBN: 9781447116585 1447116585
OCLC Number: 853262718
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 442 pages 80 illustrations)
Contents: Section 1 --
The Clinical Problem --
Clinical associations of recurrent miscarriage --
The epidemiology of repeated abortion --
Discussion --
A prospective study of spontaneous abortion --
Discussion --
Clinical and immunological significance of anti-phospholipid antibodies --
Discussion --
Section 2 --
Experimental Models of Early Pregnancy Failure --
Anatomical and immunological aspects of fetal death in the Mus musculus/Mus caroli model of pregnancy failure --
Discussion --
Genetic aspects of the CBA x DBA/2 and B1O x B10.A models of murine pregnancy failure and its prevention by lymphocyte immunisation --
Discussion --
Effects of feto-maternal major histocompatibility differences on litter size in pigs --
Discussion --
A non-genetic development defect in trophoblast formation in the horse: immunological aspects of a model of early abortion --
Discussion --
Section 3 --
Studies of the Normal and Failing Placenta in Early Pregnancy --
Placental pathology in spontaneous miscarriage --
Discussion --
Early human trophoblast --
Discussion --
The decidua in early pregnancy --
Discussion --
Early pregnancy failure: biochemical and biophysical assessment --
Discussion --
Haemostasis and fibrinolysis in human normal placentae: possible role in early pregnancy failure --
Discussion --
Section 4 --
Factors Which Maintain Pregnancy at and Immediately After Implantation --
Chairman's introductory remarks --
Antigen expression by cells of the conceptus before, during and after implantation --
Discussion --
Host immunoregulatory mechanisms and the success of the conceptus fertilised in vivo and in vitro --
Discussion --
Interplay of oestrogens, progesterone and polypeptide growth factors at about the time of implantation --
Discussion --
Prostaglandins and other non-steroidal mediators at and immediately after implantation --
Discussion --
Section 5 --
Genetic Causes of Early Pregnancy Failure --
Is there a t complex in man? --
Discussion --
Immunogenetic factors influencing the survival of the fetal allograft --
Discussion --
The cytogenetics of spontaneous abortion in humans --
Discussion --
The biology of trophoblastic disease: complete and partial hydatidiform moles --
Discussion --
Section 6 --
Techniques, Treatment Criteria and Outcome of Immunotherapy in Recurrent Abortion --
Chairman's introductory remarks --
Successes and failures of immunisation for recurrent spontaneous abortion --
Discussion --
Pregnancy outcome in couples with recurrent abortions following immunological evaluation and therapy --
Discussion --
Belgian experience with repeat immunisation in recurrent spontaneous abortions --
Discussion --
Immunotherapy in recurrent spontaneous abortion: who, how, outcome --
Discussion --
Human MHC antigens and paternal leucocyte injections in recurrent spontaneous abortions --
Discussion --
Trophoblast membrane infusion (TMI) in the treatment of recurrent spontaneous abortion --
Discussion --
Section 7 --
Other Methods of Treatment --
Use of cervical cerclage in patients with recurrent first trimester abortion --
Discussion --
Early recurrent pregnancy failure: treatment with human chorionic gonadotrophin --
Discussion --
Recurrent abortion: the role of psychotherapy --
Discussion.
Other Titles: Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Study Group, 1987
Responsibility: edited by Frank Sharp, Richard W. Beard.
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