Gynecology & Obstetrics

Gynecology & Obstetrics
Open Access

ISSN: 2161-0932


Takayasu's Arteritis and Pregnancy: A Case Report and Review of Literature

Sana Salhi, Insaf Ben Ameur, Mahassen Ben Abdallah, Awatef Hajjaji and Anis Haddad

Introduction: Takayasu's arteritis is a nonspecific incessant fiery vasculitis which wrecks huge vascular trunks (aorta and its branches and pneumonic supply routes). Its etiology is not yet explained. It prevalently influences young ladies when it is connected with pregnancy that makes pregnancy at danger due to duplicating maternal and fetal confusions.

Objectives: The point of our work is to etudiate the effect of Takayasu's infection on pregnancy; decide the effect of pregnancy on this illness and to propose a pragmatic driving for the prosperity maternal-fetal in the event that this affiliation.

Observation: We report the instance of Ms. M.K matured 29 years, nulliparous third act, with a past filled with two restorative premature births. The patient is known Takayasu's sickness quiet from 15 years, at present pregnant with spontaneous pregnancy and counseled surprisingly at 20 weeks of incubation. Our patient has a coarctation of the aorta with serious hypertension. The course of pregnancy was set apart by the diligence of unequal hypertension requiring three hostile to hypertensive medications, and afterward it was pre eclampsia. Concerning the baby; he was in extreme intrauterine development impediment more clear at 30 weeks incubation, requiring a nearby ultrasound checking. Amid the Doppler checking there has been a converse stream showing crisis labor by cesarean segment at 34 weeks. The quick postoperative and medium term outcomes were good.

Conclusion: The event of pregnancy in a patient with Takayasu's sickness is an uncommon circumstance that can be set apart by difficulties: pre-eclampsia, the intrauterine development hindrance, the shaky pulse, and heart disappointment. Enhancing maternal-fetal visualization requires a few suggestions