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Increased Maternal Cardiovascular Mortality Associated with Pregnancy in Women with Turner Syndrome

Increased Maternal Cardiovascular Mortality Associated with Pregnancy in Women with Turner Syndrome

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In women with Turner syndrome, the risk of death from aortic dissection or rupture during pregnancy may be 2%, and this risk persists during the postpartum period owing to pregnancy-related aortic changes. Turner syndrome is a relative contraindication for pregnancy; however, it is an absolute contraindication for pregnancy in a patient with a documented cardiac anomaly
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Back to Increased Maternal Cardiovascular Mortality Associated with Pregnancy in Women with Turner Syndrome
In women with Turner syndrome, the risk of death from aortic dissection or rupture during pregnancy may be 2%, and this risk persists during the postpartum period owing to pregnancy-related aortic changes. Turner syndrome is a relative contraindication for pregnancy; however, it is an absolute contraindication for pregnancy in a patient with a documented cardiac anomaly