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Effects of blood pressure on orbital and middle cerebral artery resistances in healthy pregnant women and women with preeclampsia

Byline: Michael A. Belfort, George R. Saade, Charlotta Grunewald, Gary A. Dildy, Michael A. Varner, Henry Nisell Keywords: Central retinal artery; Doppler ultrasonography; middle cerebral artery; ophthalmic artery; preeclampsia Abstract: Objective: The object of the study was to test the hypothesis... Full description

Journal Title: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology March 1999, Vol.180(3), pp.601-607
Main Author: Belfort, Michael A
Other Authors: Saade, George R , Grunewald, Charlotta , Dildy, Gary A , Varner, Michael A , Nisell, Henry
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title: Effects of blood pressure on orbital and middle cerebral artery resistances in healthy pregnant women and women with preeclampsia
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  • Belfort, Michael A
  • Saade, George R
  • Grunewald, Charlotta
  • Dildy, Gary A
  • Varner, Michael A
  • Nisell, Henry
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  • Central Retinal Artery
  • Doppler Ultrasonography
  • Middle Cerebral Artery
  • Ophthalmic Artery
  • Preeclampsia
  • Medicine
ispartof: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, March 1999, Vol.180(3), pp.601-607
description: Byline: Michael A. Belfort, George R. Saade, Charlotta Grunewald, Gary A. Dildy, Michael A. Varner, Henry Nisell Keywords: Central retinal artery; Doppler ultrasonography; middle cerebral artery; ophthalmic artery; preeclampsia Abstract: Objective: The object of the study was to test the hypothesis that preeclampsia leads to an abnormal vascular response to increasing blood pressure in cerebral vessels by analyzing the relationship between mean arterial pressure and resistance index in the central retinal, ophthalmic, and middle cerebral arteries in women with normal pregnancies and women with preeclampsia. Study Design: Transcranial and color flow Doppler ultrasonographic studies were used to determine systolic, diastolic, and mean velocities and the resistance indexes in the central retinal, ophthalmic, and middle cerebral arteries in 24 women with normal pregnancies and 18 women with preeclampsia. In each group the relationship between the mean arterial pressure and the resistance index was determined for each artery by means of linear regression analysis. The Pearson correlation coefficients for each mean arterial pressure versus resistance index relationship were compared between the groups. In a separate analysis middle cerebral artery data obtained from 79 women with preeclampsia (with and without headache) were compared with data from the normal pregnancy group and analyzed in terms of the relationship between mean arterial pressure and resistance index. Results: The resistance index in women with normal pregnancies decreased with increasing mean arterial pressure in all 3 vessels studied (ophthalmic artery r = -0.33, central retinal artery r = -0.43, middle cerebral artery r = -0.30). In the women with preeclampsia, however, as mean arterial pressure increased the resistance index increased in the orbital vessels and decreased in the middle cerebral artery (ophthalmic artery r = 0.54, central retinal artery r = 0.65, middle cerebral artery r = -0.25). The correlation coefficients in the women with preeclampsia were significantly different from those in the women with normal pregnancies for the ophthalmic and central retinal arteries (P = .001) but not for the middle cerebral artery (P = .8). Within-group analysis in the patients with normal pregnancies showed no differences between the correlation coefficients of the studied vessels. In the women with preeclampsia the ophthalmic artery (P = .02) and the central retinal artery (P = .005) were signi
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The object of the study was to test the hypothesis that preeclampsia leads to an abnormal vascular response to increasing blood pressure in cerebral vessels by analyzing the relationship between mean arterial pressure and resistance index in the central retinal, ophthalmic, and middle cerebral arteries in women with normal pregnancies and women with preeclampsia.

Transcranial and color flow Doppler ultrasonographic studies were used to determine systolic, diastolic, and mean velocities and the resistance indexes in the central retinal, ophthalmic, and middle cerebral arteries in 24 women with normal pregnancies and 18 women with preeclampsia. In each group the relationship between the mean arterial pressure and the resistance index was determined for each artery by means of linear regression analysis. The Pearson correlation coefficients for each mean arterial pressure versus resistance index relationship were compared between the groups. In a separate analysis...

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The object of the study was to test the hypothesis that preeclampsia leads to an abnormal vascular response to increasing blood pressure in cerebral vessels by analyzing the relationship between mean arterial pressure and resistance index in the central retinal, ophthalmic, and middle cerebral arteries in women with normal pregnancies and women with preeclampsia.

Transcranial and color flow Doppler ultrasonographic studies were used to determine systolic, diastolic, and mean velocities and the resistance indexes in the central retinal, ophthalmic, and middle cerebral arteries in 24 women with normal pregnancies and 18 women with preeclampsia. In each group the relationship between the mean arterial pressure and the resistance index was determined for each artery by means of linear regression analysis. The Pearson correlation coefficients for each mean arterial pressure versus resistance index relationship were compared between the groups. In a separate analysis...

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