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Shift in Macrophage Polarity and Preeclampsia

Preeclampsia is a serious pregnancy disorder with incidence rates ranging from 3-7% [1] that causes approximately 14% of all pregnancy-related maternal deaths and 15% of premature births worldwide [2]. This condition is characterized by maternal hypertension, glomerular endotheliosis, and proteinuria which usually occur in the last trimester of pregnancy. The complete pathogenesis of preeclampsia is still unclear [3].


Nihar R Nayak*, Manoj K Jena, Neha Nayak and Kang Chen

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