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Background: Educational inequalities have been found in adverse pregnancy outcomes, but no previous study has investigated in China. This study examined the patterns of educational inequalities in the risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes in rural China and examined the mediations of birthweight and gestational age in the stillbirth and neonatal mortality. Methods: The study population consisted of 217,070 registered pregnancies in Yunnan Province during 2010–2018. Logistic regression models weredoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-33580/v1 fatcat:oaqgttb65fazhk23qxt25fgk4e