Risk factors associated with transcervical CVS losses Article

Golbus, MS, Simpson, JL, Fowler, SE et al. (1992). Risk factors associated with transcervical CVS losses . 12(5), 373-376. 10.1002/pd.1970120506



cited authors

  • Golbus, MS; Simpson, JL; Fowler, SE; de la Cruz, F; Desnick, RJ; Wapner, R; Ledbetter, DH; Lubs, H; Mahoney, MJ; Pergament, E; Rhoads, GG; Schulman, JD; Zachary, J

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abstract

  • Factors found to be associated with pregnancy loss after transcervical CVS were race (higher for non‐white), history of spontaneous abortion, unplanned pregnancy, history of spotting or bleeding during the pregnancy prior to CVS, and placental position (higher for fundal or lateral locations). Whether the increase in loss risk is due to the factor, per se, or the factor plus the CVS cannot be determined due to the lack of appropriate control data. Copyright © 1992 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

publication date

  • January 1, 1992

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start page

  • 373

end page

  • 376

volume

  • 12

issue

  • 5