Pyelonephritis during pregnancy and after
Pyelonephritis during pregnancy and after

What is pyelonephritis during pregnancy and after? Pyelonephritis is a bacterial infection of the renal parenchyma. Pyelonephritis can occur in the postpartum period, if bacterial infection is ascending from the bladder. The infection may manifest as asymptomatic bacteriuria during pregnancy and is sometimes associated with...

polycyesis
polycyesis

Multiple pregnancy is the presence in the womb more than one fetus. Multiple pregnancy occurs with a frequency of 1 case in 70-80 births. Risk factors can be the stimulation of ovulation, modern reproductive technologies, previous multiple or late pregnancy. Overly enlarged uterus tends to stimulate...

Cesarean section
Cesarean section

Caesarean section — delivery by dissection of the uterus. In the US, approximately 15-25% of births accounted for cesarean section. These figures vary among doctors. Indications for caesarean section. Although the frequency of complications and mortality for caesarean section are low, they are still more...

Pre-eclampsia and eclampsia
Pre-eclampsia and eclampsia

What are preeclampsia and eclampsia? Preeclampsia — pregnancy-induced hypertension combined with proteinuria. Eclampsia unexplained generalized seizures in patients with preeclampsia. Preeclampsia and eclampsia develop between the 20th week of pregnancy and end of 1st week after delivery. The diagnosis of pre-eclampsia and...