Medicina Preventiva | 26 FEB 03
Prevención secundaria de la preeclampsia
El conocimiento de la fisiopatología; los métodos de detección precóz y los medios para intervenir y corregir los cambios fisiopatológicos son la base de la prevención secundaria.
Autor: Dres. Dekker G, Sibai B Fuente: University of Adelaide, Lyell McEwin Hospital, North Western Adelaide Health Service, SA, Australia Lancet 2001 Jan 20;357(9251):209-15

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