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Barry NJ Walters Theresa Mittermeier

Abstract

This article deals with certain aspects of the disorder that have not been as well covered in the literature as other elements. The clinical manifestations are manifold, variable and sometimes, if unrecognised, can have unfortunate results. The first truism to accept is that there is no such entity as ‘mild’ pre-eclampsia. All cases have the potential to undergo a transition to a life-threatening illness for mother and baby and, therefore, close monitoring as an inpatient is essential. 

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