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Role of serum LDH in preeclampsia as a prognostic factor – a cross sectional case control study in tertiary care hospital
International Journal of Reproduction Contraception Obstetrics and Gynecology
LDH is an intracellular cytoplasmic enzyme. It is ubiquitous to all the major organ systems. Cellular enzymes in extracellular space have no metabolic function, although they serve as indicators of disturbances in cellular integrity. Serum LDH is abnormal in many disorders, therefore total serum LDH is highly sensitive but nonspecific test. In preeclampsia also LDH may be elevated and can indicate the prognosis for both mother and fetus. We conducted this study to examine the relationshipdoi:10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20170389 fatcat:k3pldaypsne43plnaienjxhqre