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  1. Circulating Lymphangiogenic Factors in Preeclampsia

    Lely, A. T., Salahuddin, S., Holwerda, K. M., Karumanchi, S. A. & Rana, S., 2013, In : HYPERTENSION IN PREGNANCY. 32, 1, p. 42-49 8 p.

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  2. Health-Related Quality of Life after Induction of Labor versus Expectant Monitoring in Gestational Hypertension or Preeclampsia at Term

    Bijlenga, D., Koopmans, C. M., Birnie, E., Mol, B-W. J., van der Post, J. A., Bloemenkamp, K. W., Scheepers, H. C., Willekes, C., Kwee, A., Heres, M. H., Van Beek, E., Van Meir, C. A., Van Huizen, M. E., Van Pampus, M. G. & Bonsel, G. J., 2011, In : HYPERTENSION IN PREGNANCY. 30, 3, p. 260-274 15 p.

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  3. Preeclampsia is Associated with lower Percentages of Regulatory T Cells in Maternal Blood

    Prins, J. R., Boelens, H. M., Heimweg, J., Van der Heide, S., Dubois, A. E., Van Oosterhout, A. J. & Erwich, J. J. H. M., 2009, In : HYPERTENSION IN PREGNANCY. 28, 3, p. 300-311 12 p.

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  4. HELLP syndrome is associated with an increased inflammatory response, which may be inhibited by administration of prednisolone

    Heimel, P. J. V. R., Kavelaars, A., Heijnen, C. J., Peters, W. H. M., Huisjes, A. J. M., Franx, A. & Bruinse, H. W., 2008, In : HYPERTENSION IN PREGNANCY. 27, 3, p. 253-265 13 p.

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  5. Cytokine production by monocytes, NK cells, and lymphocytes is different in preeclamptic patients as compared with normal pregnant women

    van Nieuwenhoven, A. L. V., Moes, H., Heineman, M. J., Santema, J. & Faas, M. M., 2008, In : HYPERTENSION IN PREGNANCY. 27, 3, p. 207-224 18 p.

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