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Hematological Problems in Pregnancy

 
Pregnancy involves a variety of hematological problems needing shared responsibility from obstetricians, hematologists and neonatologists. The disorders may be harmful or lethal to mother or fetus. Similarly, _ therapeutic interventions meant to decrease maternal O morbidity may harm the fetus. Anemia, hemorrhagic m disorders, and venous thromboembolism are probably 2 the most important hematological conditions during (S3 pregnancy.1 Moreover, a patient of primary hematological disorder may become pregnant. This would include disorders as varied as thalassemia, sickle cell disease, immune thrombocytopenic purpura and chronic myeloproliferative disorders.
 
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