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Behavior of liver diseases in pregnancy valued by Gastroenterology.
Epub Jun ISSN Pregnancy supposes changes in the woman's physiology. These changes can lead to the appearance of illnesses affecting the liver, such as Hellp syndrome, intrahepatic cholestasis gravidarum, acute hepatic steatosis of pregnancy, among others, that can rebound in the course of the gestation.
A form was draw up to collect data. The were analyzed in absolute frequencies and percentages and showed in tables. The third semester pregnant women predominated with Pruritus was the most frequent symptom in 33 pregnant women The most frequent disease was chronic hepatitis caused by virus B in 19 pregnant women Most of deliveries were performed by cesarean The main neonatal complication was low weight at birth in 26 Palabras clave : gestation; liver disease in pregnancy; syndrome of Hellp; acute liver steatosis of pregnancy; cholestasis.
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Similares en SciELO. Introduction: Pregnancy supposes changes in the woman's physiology. : The third semester pregnant women predominated with Conclusions: liver diseases that are proper of gestation behaved in the same frequency as they are described in literature in relation to the predominating semester, although it was ificant the incidence of assessed pregnant women with infection caused by the virus of hepatitis B diagnosed during pregnancy; it was the main cause of the observed neonatal complications.