January 1981, Volume 31, Issue 1

Editorial

VENOUS THROMBOSIS AND PREGNANCY

Haziq ul Yaqin

Pulmonary embolism is a major complication of pregnancy and is responsible for maternal deaths in a large number of patients (Friend and Kakkar, 1972). Venous thrombosis both superficial and deep with an episode of pulmonary embolism is likely to occur in one out of 70 pregnancies

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