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Clinical Study

Revisiting the Role of First Trimester Homocysteine as an Index of Maternal and Fetal Outcome

Table 1

Homocysteine levels with reference to outcome of past pregnancies.

No past history of hypertensive disorder of pregnancy
( = 86)
Past history of hypertensive disorder of pregnancy
( = 14)
valueStatistical test used

Serum homocysteine ( mol/L)13.11 ± 5.8119.13 ± 9.340.04 * Unpaired -test—Welch correction

No prior gdm
( = 95)
Prior gdm
( = 5)
      

Serum homocysteine ( mol/L)13.83 ± 6.8220.39 ± 7.050.054Unpaired -test

No prior preterm delivery
( = 94)
Prior preterm delivery
( = 6)
    

Serum homocysteine ( mol/L)14.33 ± 7.2013.76 ± 4.200.83Mann-Whitney test

No previous fetal malformation
( = 98)
Previous fetal malformation
( = 2)
    

Serum homocysteine ( mol/L)14.01 ± 6.8023.88 ± 9.120.08Mann-Whitney test

significant.

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