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Evaluation of Serum Placental Protein 13 and Tissue Placental Protein- 13 Receptor in Pregnant Women with Pre-Eclampsia
ريا سليمان بابان
Authors : NESREEN AHMED NASSER, MAY FADHIL AL- HABIB, RAYAH SULAIMAN BABAN AND RISALA A. ALI J AMEEL
Objectives: To explored the relation between serum pp13 level and placental pp13 receptor in pre- eclamptic women at their third trimester Materials and methods A case control study was carried out from august 2018 to January 2019. A hundred two pregnant women included 50 pregnant women have preeclampsia as patients and 52 healthy pregnant women as control. The blood and placenta tissue samples were taken at the time of operation. All individuals underwent elective caesarian section. Results: s.pp13 level was the significant lower in preeclampsia (mild & sever) at third trimester versus pp13 of healthy women pregnant (54.29±3.129 pg/ml, 54.33±4.312 pg/ml, 54.25±4.684 pg/ml vs 67.06±3.296 pg/ml), the correlation serum pp13 and age negative correlation with control group and pp13 receptors in placental tissue was essentially confined to the blood lakes and around blood vessels this was structural localization of In preeclampsia Conclusion: low level of PP13 in pregnant women at their 3rd. Trimester can be used to predict the elevation hazard for the start of preeclampsia or obstetric difficulties. PP13 twisted to be an primary marker for danger valuation of preeclampsia.

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December 2019