Medical Program: Unmasking Preeclampsia, the Great Masquerader

Unmasking Preeclampsia, the Great Masquerader

Unmasking Preeclampsia, the Great Masquerader
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How can we make preeclampsia, a disease of exceptions, easier to recognize and diagnose? A new test in development may be the answer.
  • Overview

    A recent study following 346 pregnant patients found that 63 percent of the women were admitted into the hospital for uncertain diagnosis or delivery—all because preeclampsia has many of the same symptoms of other diseases. The good news, however, is that there’s a new test currently underway that could make the diagnosis and treatment of preeclampsia easier in order to prevent potentially dangerous outcomes for the mother and baby, as OB/GYN Dr. Kara Rood explains.

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