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Re: Pré-eclâmpsia e Síndrome HELLP Preeclampsia and S. HELLP

Post by Camron70 » Sun Oct 19, 2014 08:10 am

liver diseases, cholecystolithiasis and pancreatic diseases, among others . Most importantly, this syndrome has to be diagnosed early because its evolution is rapid and associated with a high mortality rate

Pré-eclâmpsia e Síndrome HELLP Preeclampsia and S. HELLP

Post by tafacca » Mon Feb 28, 2011 03:32 am

Quem desenvolve a pré-eclâmpsia pode apresentar a síndrome HELLP, diagnosticada laboratorialmente pela presença de hemólise, elevação das enzimas hepáticas e plaquetopenia, quando somente uma ou duas dessas alterações, denominando-se síndrome HELLP parcial ou incompleta. São inúmeros os diagnósticos diferenciais da síndrome HELLP, como púrpura trombocitopênica trombótica, síndrome hemolítico-urêmica, sepse, intoxicação por drogas, fígado gorduroso agudo da gravidez, exacerbação de lúpus eritematoso sistêmico ou esclerodermia, nefropatia primária, hepatopatias, colecistopatias e pancreatopatias, entre outros. O mais importante é essa síndrome ser diagnosticada precocemente, já que sua evolução é rápida e está associada a uma alta taxa de mortalidade!
Who develops preeclampsia can present the HELLP syndrome, diagnosed by laboratory tests of hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes and thrombocytopenia, when there is only one or two of these changes, denominated as partial or incomplete HELLP syndrome. There are countless different diagnoses of HELLP syndrome, thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura, hemolytic-uremic syndrome, sepsis, drug intoxication, acute fatty liver of pregnancy, exacerbation of lupus erythematosus or scleroderma, primary kidney disease, liver diseases, cholecystolithiasis and pancreatic diseases, among others . Most importantly, this syndrome has to be diagnosed early because its evolution is rapid and associated with a high mortality rate!

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