L. Anghel-Savciu, N. Cernea, M.C. Comănescu, R.C. Pană, A. Comănescu
Rezumat: Stroke is an unusual fetal event, more frequently associated
with premature birth and almost always appearing in the
presence of a predisposing factor. There are cases described
in literature in patients with Crohn’s disease, but also in patients
with thrombophilia, especially with antiphospholipid syndrome. It is also described in fetal and neonatal cases of alloimmune thrombocytopenia. Cuvinte cheie: fetal stroke, thrombophilia, alloimmune antiplatelet antibodies.