Maternal floor infarction (also known as massive perivillous fibrin/fibrinoid deposition) is a rare and devastating pregnancy disorder associated with prematurity, fetal growth restriction, spontaneous abortion, and long-term neurologic impairment. Recurrence in multiple pregnancies is common. Little is known regarding either the pathophysiology or the management and treatment of patients at risk for recurrence in subsequent pregnancies.
at 12:50 AM on May. 16, 2009
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