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Métrorragies idiopathiques au deuxième trimestre de grossesse : conséquences obstétricales, néonatales et maternelles

Abstract : This study compares the outcome of pregnancies with antepartum bleeding of unknown origin and the outcome of pregnancies with antepartum bleeding with known cause, and especially marginal abruption placentae, to plan the rest of pregnancy. For the pregnancies with antepartum bleeding of unknown origin there were less spontaneous miscarriage, threatened preterm labour, preterm prelabour rupture of membranes, preterm delivery, low Apgar score, low birth weight, neonatal intensive care admission and less stillbirth. This is the same for marginal abruption placentae except miscarriages, threatened preterm labour and admission to neonatal intensive care unit which are found at the same rate. Maternal outcomes were not statistically significant. Specific care of pregnancies with antepartum bleeding of unknown origin during the second trimester seems not necessary. However a look-out of postpartum haemorrhage seems important, and when bleeding are high abundance, more than 24 hours long and recurrent.
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Marine Bresson. Métrorragies idiopathiques au deuxième trimestre de grossesse : conséquences obstétricales, néonatales et maternelles. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2014. ⟨dumas-01070853⟩

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