Medical abortions in the Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynaecology no. 1 Tg – Mures between 1999-2008

Written by Szabó Béla, Turós János-Levente, Puşcaşiu Lucian, Kiss Szilárd-Leó, Bereczky Lujza-Katalin, Rozsnyai Francisc-Florin

A survey was proposed to evaluate medical abortions from first and second trimesters of pregnancy. We followed up abortions with medical indications from the Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynaecology no. 1. Tg-Mureş between 1999 - 2008. Spontaneous abortions frequency doesn’t show a significant decreasing tendency in our population. Medical abortions with maternal indications show a decreasing tendency, while medical abortions with fetal malformations show an ascending trend together with the developments in ultrasound explorations. The most frequently recognized malformations were the neural tube defects and polimalformative sindroms.


Keywords: medical abortion, fetal malformation

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