Pregnancy in the abnormal uterus: «paradoxes» of early terms

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  • Authors: Malgina GB1, Repalova HY1, Panacheva NM1
  • Affiliations:
    1. The Ural scientific research institute of protection of motherhood and infancy of Ministry of health and social development of the Russian Federation
  • Issue: No S5 (2011)
  • Pages: 85-91
  • Section: Articles
  • URL: http://journals.rudn.ru/medicine/article/view/3383
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Abstract


It has been spent prospectiv research of 40 cases of pregnancy of early terms against anomalies of development of a uterus in comparison with 30 cases of pregnancy in – a normal uterus. Ultrasonic research of an arrangement of a fruit, volumes of a cavity of a uterus and volume chorion, blood-grooves in steam rooms uterina-arteries was conducted. Research was spent with an interval of 2 weeks during first half of pregnancy. Following features of the mutual adaptation of an abnormal uterus and the eggs promoting normal progressing of pregnancy are revealed: the raised migratory ability chorion in favorable position from the point of view of a food (towards a bottom of a uterus and in with feeding utero an artery); non-uniformity of a gain uterino volume with an advancing in terms from 12 till 16 weeks in comparison with a normal uterus; a phenomenon of asymmetry of indexes of a blood-groove in steam rooms utero arteries according to the party of an arrangement of pregnancy.

About the authors

G B Malgina

The Ural scientific research institute of protection of motherhood and infancy of Ministry of health and social development of the Russian Federation

Email: malgina1@r66.ru

H Y Repalova

The Ural scientific research institute of protection of motherhood and infancy of Ministry of health and social development of the Russian Federation

Email: malgina1@r66.ru

N M Panacheva

The Ural scientific research institute of protection of motherhood and infancy of Ministry of health and social development of the Russian Federation

Email: malgina1@r66.ru

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