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International Journal of Research in Health and Allied Sciences Journal
Malaria in pregnancy imposes additional burden not only on mother but also affects foetal outcome adversely. The present study was conducted to assess the cases of malaria in pregnancy. Materials & Methods: The present study was conducted in the department of Gynaecology & Obstectrics on 62 pregnant women diagnosed with malaria. In all patients, clinical examination and laboratory examination was performed. In all patients, clinical features and complications were recorded. Results: Commonfatcat:vvykatcuyvgg3legpx672xfzme