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Introduction: PET

Description of PET

PET: pregnancy induced hypertensive states, including EPH gestosis when edema and proteinuria accompany hypertension; other hypertensive disorders that develop during pregnancy or the puerperium are preeclampsia and eclampsia, either of which may be superimposed upon chronic hypertensive vascular or renal disease.
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PET and Medical tests

PET (medical test): Another name for PET scan.

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