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Investigation of the serum protein balance in normal and toxemic pregnant women



Investigation of the serum protein balance in normal and toxemic pregnant women



Jour Obstet And Gynaecol Brit Emp 53(4): 328-344



Serum protein values were studied in women, normal nonpregnant, normal pregnant; mild toxemia without eclampsia; severe toxemia without eclampsia and in eclampsia. By taking into consideration the changes in blood volume, the authors found that in normal pregnancy there was an actual increase in serum globulin. In toxemia, especially eclampsia, there was an actual decrease in serum globulin. Apparently, the ability of the organism to produce globulin has been reduced as a result of a disturbance in the adrenal cortex.

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