World Congress on Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (WCRPL 2018)

2018-02-11 - 2018-02-14
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The 3rd World Congress on Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (WCRPL 2018) will be held in Venice, Italy in February 11-14, 2018.

The 3rd World Congress on Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (WCRPL 2018) covers topics such as:

  • Evidenced Based Medicine for RPL
  • Epidemiology and Statistics
  • Implantation Failure and the Window of Implantation
  • The prognosis of couples with RPL
  • Ultrasound of early pregnancy
  • Infertility, Reproductive Endocrinology and RPL
  • Etiology of RPL
  • Uterine malformations and imaging, 3D Ultrasound and RPL
  • Thrombophilia, Coagulation and RPL
  • Clinical and Laboratory Evaluation of the RPL couples
  • Immunology in RPL
  • Antiphosphilipid Antibodies in RPL
  • Genetic aspects of the embryo and RPL
  • Immunomodulatory treatments for RPL
  • The role of male factor and RPL
  • Genetic aspects of the couples and RPL
  • Thyroid function, antibodies and RPL
  • Hormonal abnormalities and RPL
  • Progesterone Treatment in RPL
  • Possible Treatments for RPL
  • Psychological Care and Support, Tender Loving Care in RPL
  • Low Molecular Weight Heparin in RPL
  • New Research and New Frontiers
  • Idiopathic and Unexplained RPL
  • Pregnancy loss, miscarriage
  • IUFD, stillbirth, APD
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Who Should Attend: • Pharmacologists • Maternal Fetal Medicine and Ultra Sound Specialists • Imaging – 3D Specialists • Psychiatrists • Psychologists • Rheumatologists • Infertility and IVF Units • Gynecologists • Obstetricians • Reproductive Endocrinologists • Internists • Hematologists • Reproductive Medicine Specialists • Reproductive Immunologists

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