Synonyms for preeclamptic or Related words with preeclamptic

placentae              nonpregnant              nulliparous              normotensive              parous              azoospermic              abruptio              nondiabetic              teratospermic              placentas              podocyturia              prostates              ghrd              prepubertal              postpubertal              multigravida              endometria              iufd              normolipidemic              accreta              eutopic              multiparous              phtn              menorrhagic              oophorectomized              percreta              thyroids              premenopausal              ungal              sptb              httfhapa              normoalbuminuria              cirrhotic              urines              decidual              ntsca              hypothyroid              iugr              hapb              hapo              antepartum              asthenozoospermic              plgf              lirko              amh              cervices              thalassemic              prenatally              afamin              azoospermia             

Examples of "preeclamptic"
In uncomplicated pregnancies, blood pressure changes from mid-to-late pregnancy, in particular for diastolic blood pressure and mean arterial pressure, are inversely correlated with maternal PlGF concentrations at delivery and positively correlated with the ratio of sFlt1/PlGF. In preeclamptic pregnancies, the mean second-trimester blood pressure measurement is inversely correlated with PlGF and positively correlated with the sFlt1/PlGF ratio.
Maternal sFlt1 has been shown to be significantly higher in incidences of severe preeclampsia, as compared with mild forms of the disease, as well as with uncomplicated pregnancies. Both balance in circulating angiogenic factor and blood pressure modulation in pregnancy may be a continuum, with the diagnosis of preeclampsia at the extreme. Most studies indicate that preeclamptic features are not unique to preeclampsia, existing in normal pregnancies as well, albeit at a lower level.
After graduation, he became a Royal Air Force medical officer for two years, and then returned to Oxford University in 1950 for a MA degree. In 1950, as a research assistant in Obstetrics, he started to pursue research into preeclamptic toxaemia and started to publish medical papers in 1953. In 1951-1952, he was named a Nichols Research Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine. From 1952 through 1956, he served at various hospitals in England as the House Surgeon of either Obstetrics or Gynecology, and, in 1956, became a lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynecology at London University.