Evaluation of Some Spontaneous Abortion-Causative Factors for Women in Baghdad Province A Serological and Histological Study
Iraqi Postgraduate Medical Journal,
2012, Volume 11, Issue 3, Pages 297-302
The spontaneous abortion is considered as one of the important clinical problems that may affects pregnant women during the 1st 20-22 weeks of pregnancy causing dangers to the mother and her fetus. The present study was designed to focus on some spontaneous abortion causes and intrauterine fetal death.
Study certain risk factors that may play a role in abortion such as serum level of , progesterone hormone , estradiol hormone , interlukine-6 and perform a histological study on placenta to identify any specific histop-
Seventy (70) Women were selected to represent the samples of spontaneous aborted women. The women were classified into two groups , the first represented aborted women during the first trimester of pregnancy (52) and the second were females in the second trimester of pregnancy (18) , in comparison with result of (20) normally delivered pregnancies. The samples (sera and placenta) were collected during the period from November 2008 to April 2009 in Baghdad.
Significant decrease (p<0.01) in the level of progesterone and estradiol hormone was found in all aborted women at different stages of pregnancy compared with control. There was no significant difference (p>0.05) in level of IL-6 between aborted women and control. There was a correlation (positive) between progesterone with IL-6 in first and second trimester (p<0.05, p<0.01), respectively. And progesterone with estradiol (p<0.05) in second trimester. The histological study shows hydropic degeneration fibroids with hyalinization of fibrinosis changes.
These results suggest an important role of progesterone, estradiol and IL-6 in spontaneous abortion women during first and second trimester. And apparition of the histological changes corresponding to the aborted women.
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