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Vargas Malaver, F. J. (2014). Doppler transcraneal en pre-eclampsia. Revista Repertorio De Medicina Y Cirugía, 23(4), 253-259. https://doi.org/10.31260/RepertMedCir.v23.n4.2014.694

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Francisco Javier Vargas Malaver

Resumen

La preeclampsia es una afección multisistémica durante el embarazo, con alta tasa de morbilidad y mortalidad en la madre y el hijo. Dentro del espectro de efectos está la alteración del flujo sanguíneo cerebral que en ocasiones se asocia con convulsiones (eclampsia). Se ha intentado encontrar un método diagnóstico para su detección temprana, iniciar la terapia oportuna y reducir los efectos negativos. El doppler transcraneal es un examen no invasivo, de bajo costo y seguro, que puede tener un valor diagnóstico. El objetivo del artículo es una revisión sobre la utilidad del doppler transcraneal y la preeclampsia. Se buscó en la base de datos PubMed con términos MeSh. Diferentes estudios revelan índices de resistencia y pulsatilidad disminuidos en el segundo trimestre del embarazo, los cuales pueden predecir la aparición de preeclampsia. Abreviaturas: PRE-E, preeclampsia.

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