Analysis of risk factors for complications and adverse obstetrical outcomes in women with Takayasu arteritis: a French retrospective study and literature review

ConclusionThis study showed a high rate of adverse obstetrical complications without significant impact on live birth rates. Pregnancy did not appear to influence TAK disease activity.Key Points•We observed a high rate of adverse obstetrical complications in women with Takayasu arteritis; however, the rate of live births was high.Pregnancy did not appear to influence TA disease activity.
Source: Clinical Rheumatology - Category: Rheumatology Source Type: research

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