habitual abortion

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Noun1.habitual abortion - repeated spontaneous abortion (often for no known reason)
spontaneous abortion, stillbirth, miscarriage - a natural loss of the products of conception
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In the present study, the mean VEGF concentration in the patients with recurrent abortion was staggering 14 times lower in comparison to normal pregnant women.
The following keywords and MeSH terms were applied: ('Estrogen receptor 1' OR 'ESR1' OR 'ER1' OR 'Estrogen receptor alpha' OR 'ESR alpha' OR 'ER alpha') AND ('recurrent embryo loss' OR 'recurrent pregnancy wastage' OR 'recurrent pregnancy loss' OR 'recurrent spontaneous abortion' OR 'recurrent miscarriage' OR 'recurrent abortion' OR 'recurrent fetal loss' OR 'habitual abortion') AND ('polymorphism' OR 'gene' OR 'genetic' OR 'variant' OR 'variation' OR 'mutation' OR 'SNP' OR 'allele').
Genetically induced oxidative stress in mice causes thrombocytosis, splenomegaly and placental angiodysplasia that leads to recurrent abortion. Redox Biol.
Homozygosity for a Robertsonian translocation(13q;14q) in a phenotypically normal 44, xx female with a history of recurrent abortion and a normal pregnancy outcome.
Manganelli et al., the authors described that HMGB1/sRAGE may play a pathogenic role in recurrent abortion in primary and secondary APS.
GlobalData's clinical trial report, "Recurrent Abortion Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2015" provides an overview of Recurrent Abortion clinical trials scenario.
revise circulating microRNAs as potential biomarkers in pregnancy and show the significance of these circulating molecular markers from the implantation period to preeclampsia and their involvement in pathological processes like recurrent abortion and ectopic pregnancy.
(27) Hypo-gamma-globulinemia in the study group refers to a diminished immune system to produce sufficient antibodies, especially toxoplasma IgG, to prevent reactivation sequels that are obviously seen among women with toxoplasmosis by spontaneous or recurrent abortion. (28)
Antipholpholipid antibodies in recurrent abortion. Obstet Gynecol 1991;77:854-8.