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Clinical Study

Placental Peripartum Pathologies in Women with Preeclampsia and Eclampsia

Table 3

Distribution of gross placental changes for preeclampsia (PE)/eclampsia and non-preeclampsia groups.

Placental changesMild PE, Severe PE, Eclampsia, Study group, Control, Trend statistics of PE, SP, and eclampsia, resp.
(%) (%) (%) (%) (%)

Infarction (%)
0–59 (64.3)13 (33.3)2 (25.0)24 (39.3)107 (87.7)0.020; <0.001; <0.001
6–105 (35.7)6 (15.4)1 (12.5)12 (19.7)13 (10.7)0.009; 0.427; 0.871
11–200 (0.0)15 (38.5)2 (25.0)17 (27.9)1 (0.80)0.735; <0.001; <0.001
>200 (0.0)5 (12.8)3 (37.5)8 (13.1)1 (0.80)0.735; 0.001; <0.001

Haematoma (%)
Absent4 (28.6)0 (0.0)0 (0.0)4 (6.60)79 (64.8)0.009; <0.001; <0.001
+7 (50.0)15 (38.5)3 (37.5)25 (41.0)31 (25.4)0.053; 0.117; 0.453
++3 (21.4)24 (61.5)5 (62.5)32 (52.5)12 (9.80)0.191; <0.001; <0.001

Calcification(%)
Absent8 (57.1)24 (61.5)4 (50.0)36 (59)73 (59.8)0.846; 0.850; 0.585
+2 (14.3)13 (33.3)3 (37.50)18 (29.5)45 (36.9)0.093; 0.688; 0.972
++4 (28.6)2 (5.10)1 (12.50)7 (11.50)4 (3.30)<0.001; 0.597, 0.191

Mantel–Haenszel test.

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