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‣ Débats actuels sur l’immunologie de la prééclampsie. Comptes rendus du sixième colloque international de La Réunion (décembre 2008); Current debates on immunology of preeclampsia. Report of the sixth international workshop of Reunion Island (Indian Ocean, December 2008)

Robillard, P.Y.; Chaouat, G.; Le Bouteiller, P.; Fournier, T.; Barau, G.; Roman, H.; Heisert, M.; Dekker, G.; Hulsey, T.; Vaiman, D.; Foidart, J.M.; Boukerrou, M.
Fonte: Elsevier Masson Publicador: Elsevier Masson
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2009 Português
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Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (HDP) represent globally 10% of human births and their major complication, preeclampsia, 3 to 5%. The etiology of these HDP remains still uncertain, however major advances have been made these last 25 years. The Sixth International Workshop on Reproductive Immunology, Immunological Tolerance and Immunology of Preeclampsia 2008 celebrated its 10th Anniversary in Reunion-island (French overseas Department in the Indian Ocean). Over this decade, these six workshops have contributed extensively to immunological, epidemiological, anthropological and even vascular debates. The defect of trophoblastic invasion encountered in preeclampsia, intra-uterine growth retardation and to some extend also preterm labour has been understood only at the end of the 1970's. On the other hand, clinical and epidemiological findings at the end of the 20th century permitted to apprehend that “preeclampsia disease of primiparae” may in fact well be the disease of first pregnancies at the level of human couples. Among the important advances, immunology of reproduction is certainly the topic where knowledge has literally exploded in the last decade. This paper relates some major steps in comprehension of this disease and focuses on the interest to follow these immunological works and their new concepts. It seems...