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Williams MANUAL OF PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS TWENTY-THIRD EDITION eBook Free Download

Williams MANUAL OF PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS TWENTY-THIRD EDITION eBook Free Download

Williams MANUAL OF PREGNANCY  COMPLICATIONS TWENTY-THIRD EDITION eBook Free Download

Williams MANUAL OF PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS TWENTY-THIRD EDITION eBook Free Download This third edition of Williams Manual of Pregnancy Complications has been  updated to continue our emphasis on rapid, easy access to core information
about pregnancy complications. To this end, we have even shortened the title!
More importantly, the supporting images, figures, and tables have been reformatted and colorized for ease of use.

For the reader who desires more detailed
information, we have thoroughly cross-referenced this manual to the 23rd edi-
tion of the Williams Obstetrics textbook. As before, four appendices of commonly
used reference data are provided at the end of the manual.

By convention, the definition of abortion is the termination of pregnancy, either
spontaneously or intentionally, before 20 weeks based upon the date of the first
day of the last normal menses. Another commonly used definition is the deliv-
ery of a fetus–neonate that weighs less than 500 g. Definitions vary, however,
according to state laws for reporting abortions, fetal death, and neonatal deaths.
More than 80 percent of abortions occur in the first 12 weeks.

Chromosomal  anomalies cause at least half of these early abortions. The risk of spontaneous abortion increases with parity as well as with maternal and paternal age.
Clinically recognized spontaneous abortion increases from 12 percent in women
younger than 20 years of age to 26 percent in women older than 40 years.
Finally, the incidence of abortion is increased if a woman conceives within
3 months of a term birth.

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