Track: Pregnancy and Perinatology

Pregnancy and Perinatology


The time during which a fetus grows inside a woman's uterus is referred to as "pregnancy." From the time you have your last menstrual period until you give birth, a pregnancy typically lasts about 40 weeks, or just over 9 months. Trimesters are the three stages of pregnancy that medical professionals refer to. The branch of obstetrics that deals with the anatomy and physiology of the mother, the fetus, or the newborn during late pregnancy, childbirth, and the puerperium, as well as the diagnosis and treatment of these conditions.

• Maternal Obesity and Adverse Outcomes
• Nutrition During Pregnancy and Lactation
• Placental Pathology, Structure and Function
• Perinatal Epidemiology, Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses
• Molecular Evolution of Reproduction
• Maternal Morbidity/Mortality and Perinatal/Infant Outcomes
• Ectopic Pregnancy, Chemical Pregnancy, Molar Pregnancy and Blighted Ovum
• Stillbirth And Sudden Infant Death