Humorale faktoren bei Patientinnen mit Schwangerschaftshypertonie

  • St. Niesert
Geburtshilfe, Materno-Fetale Medizin Schwangerschaftshochdruck

Pregnancy induced hypertension


The etiology of pregnancy induced hypertension is unknown. The publications are reviewed concerning atrial natriuretic peptide, leukotienes, angiotensin-converting-enzyme and digoxin-like-antibody in hypertensive pregnant women.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • St. Niesert
    • 1
  1. 1.Medizinische HochschuleHannoverDeutschland

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