Study on the Role of Interleukin-2 and Human Cytomegalovirus in Cases of Recurrent Spontaneous Abortion of Women in Wasit Province
Keywords:Recurrent spontaneous abortions (RSA) , Interlukin-2, CMV, IgM, IgG , Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA).
Recurrent spontaneous abortions (RSA) is the loss of pregnancy for two consecutive times at least before the arrival of the fetus for 24 weeks gestation. This study was conducted to investigate the role of IL-2 and human cytomegalovirus in recurrent spontaneous abortions women in Wasit province. to conduct immunological studies and viral by 90 women who suffer from abortion frequently (At least two abortions) and two sets of control (pregnant and healthy women), The average age of the groups ranged between (17-45) years, the results showed a high significant increase (P <0.001) at the level of IL-- 2 patients compared with pregnant women and healthy women, according to different age groups. And also it showed the results of a study of opposites immune IgM, IgG-virus human cytomegalovirus rise significantly (P <0.05) for patients when compared with pregnant women and healthy women In the cases of chronic and acute infection .
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