Chapter 29

Part B: Immunology and Recurrent Pregnancy Loss – Epidemiological Aspects in Humans

Ole B. Christiansen


This short review first defines epidemiology of RPL, and then examines the various parameters of importance for RPL such as prevalence, prognosis, familial aggregation, partner specificity, perinatal outcome, as well as those parameters which affect biomarkers of interest in RPL Research.

Total Pages: 676-690 (15)

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