Determination Levels of Tumor Necrosis Factor Receptor and Tolk like Receptor -4 and bacterial vaginosis in women with Recurrent Spontaneous Abortion
Keywords:Recurrent abortion, Tumor necrosis factor receptor and Tolk-like receptor 4
The presents study included Determination levels of Tumor necrosis factor and Tolk like receptor -4 in
women with recurrent spontaneous abortion in province of Babylon, 100 samples were collected, whereas
50 samples with recurrent abortion women and 50 healthy women as control groups ,the results of presents
study shown that the concentration of tumor necrosis factor receptor in serum of women with recurrent
abortion and control was showed significantly differences between control and cases (P? 0.044), the Mean
of tumor necrosis factor receptor (TNFR) in serum of patients women with recurrent abortion was 52.08 pg/
ml,Whereas in control, the concentration of tumor necrosis factor receptor in serum of healthy women was
Tolk like receptor 4 concentration in serum of women with recurrent abortion and control was significantly
differences between cases and control (P ? 0.001), the mean of Tolk like receptor 4 concentration in serum
of women with recurrent abortion was 3.95 pg/ml While In serum of women without abortion (control), the
mean of Tolk like receptors 4 was 2.84 pg/ml.
The results of statistical analysis shown that the tolk like receptor-4 marker that is significantly differences at
( p ? 0.05 ) positive correlation with age (r = .698**) , and its positively correlation with abortion (r= .505*) ,
the tumor necrosis factor receptor was significantly differences at ( p ? 0.05) and positively correlation with
age and the value of r was reached to .539*
and its positive correlation with abortion ( r =.854**)
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