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Maternal venous Doppler characteristics are abnormal in pre-eclampsia but not in gestational hypertension
Wilfried Gyselaers, Anneleen Staelens, Tinne Mesens, Kathleen Tomsin, Jolien Oben, Sharona Vonck, Luc Verresen and Geert Molenberghs.

Maternal venous hemodynamics in gestational hypertension and preeclampsia
Wilfried Gyselaers, Kathleen Tomsin, Anneleen Staelens, Tinne Mesens, Jolien Oben and Geert Molenberghs.

Is there a correlation between maternal venous hemodynamic dysfunction and proteinuria of preeclampsia?
Tinne Mesens, Kathleen Tomsin, Anneleen S. Staelens, Jolien Oben, Geert Molenberghs and Wilfried Gyselaers.

Type-specific orthostatic hemodynamic response of hypertensive diseases in pregnancy
Anneleen S. Staelens, Sharona Vonck, Tinne Mesens, Kathleen Tomsin, Geert Molenberghs and Wilfried Gyselaers.

Improving the reliability of venous doppler flow measurements: Relevance of combined ECG, training and repeated measures
Anneleen S. E. Staelens, Kathleen Tomsin, Jolien Oben, Tinne Mesens, Lars Grieten and Wilfried Gyselaers.

Non-invasive cardiovascular profiling using combined electrocardiogram – Doppler ultrasonography and impedance cardiography: An experimental approach
Kathleen Tomsin, Annette Vriens, Tinne Mesens and Wilfried Gyselaers.

Exploring the functionality of the adult’s venous compartment is of interest to the field of obstetrics
Wilfried Gyselaers.

Intra-Abdominal Pressure Measurements in Term Pregnancy and Postpartum: An Observational Study
Anneleen S. E. Staelens, Stefan Van Cauwelaert, Kathleen Tomsin, Tinne Mesens, Manu L. N. Malbrain and Wilfried Gyselaers.

Time Interval Between Maternal Electrocardiogram and Venous DopplerWaves in Normal Pregnancy and Preeclampsia: A Pilot Study
Kathleen Tomsin, Tinne Mesens, Geert Molenberghs, Louis Peeters and Wilfried Gyselaers.

Interlobar Venous Flow Is Different between Left and Right Kidney in Uncomplicated Third Trimester Pregnancy
Wilfried Gyselaers, Geert Verswijvel, Geert Molenberghs and Willem Ombelet.

Non-invasive assessment of gestational hemodynamics: benefits and limitations of impedance cardiography versus other techniques
Anneleen Staelens, Kathleen Tomsin, Lars Grieten, Jolien Oben, Tinne Mesens, Marc Spaanderman, Yves Jacquemyn and Wilfried Gyselaers.

Venous Pulse Transit Time in Normal Pregnancy and Preeclampsia
Kathleen Tomsin, Tinne Mesens, Geert Molenberghs and Wilfried Gyselaers.

Maternal hepatic vein doppler velocimetry during uncomplicated pregnancy and pre-eclampsia 
Wilfried Gyselaers, Geert Molenberghs, Tinne Mesens and Louis Peeters.

Type-specific orthostatic hemodynamic response of hypertensive diseases in pregnancy
Anneleen S Staelens, Sharona Vonck, Tinne Mesens, Kathleen Tomsin, Geert Molenberghs and Wilfried Gyselaers.

Hepatic Hemodynamics and Fetal Growth: A Relationship of Interest for Further Research
Sharona Vonck, Anneleen S. Staelens, Tinne Mesens, Kathleen Tomsin and Wilfried Gyselaers.

Maternal renal interlobar vein impedance index is higher in early- than in late-onset pre-eclampsia
Wilfried Gyselaers, Tinne Mesens, Kathleen Tomsin, Geert Molenberghs and Louis Peeters.

Maternal cardiovascular profiling in the first trimester of pregnancies complicated with gestation-induced hypertension or fetal growth retardation: a pilot study
Jolien Oben, Kathleen Tomsin, Tinne Mesens, Anneleen Staelens, Geert Molenberghs and Wilfried Gyselaers.

Maternal venous hemodynamics assessment for prediction of preeclampsia should be longitudinal
Tinne Mesens, Kathleen Tomsin, Jolien Oben, Anneleen Staelens and Wilfried Gyselaers.

Physiological implications of arteriovenous anastomoses and venous hemodynamic dysfunction in early gestational uterine circulation: a review
Wilfried Gyselaers and Louis Peeters.

Characteristics of heart, arteries, and veins in low and high cardiac output preeclampsia
Kathleen Tomsin, Tinne Mesens, Geert Molenberghs, Louis Peeters and Wilfried Gyselaers.

Interlobar Venous Flow Is Different between Left and Right Kidney in Uncomplicated Third Trimester Pregnancy
Wilfried Gyselaers, Geert Verswijvel, Geert Molenberghs and Willem Ombelet.

Renal interlobar vein impedance index: A potential new Doppler parameter in the prediction of preeclampsia?
Wilfried Gyselaers and Tinne Mesens.

Diurnal and position-induced variability of impedance cardiography measurements in healthy subjects
Kathleen Tomsin, Tinne Mesens, Geert Molenberghs and Wilfried Gyselaers.

Doppler assessment of maternal central venous hemodynamics in uncomplicated pregnancy: a comprehensive review
Wilfried Gyselaers, Tinne Mesens, Kathleen Tomsin and Louis Peeters.

Role of dysfunctional maternal venous hemodynamics in the pathophysiology of pre-eclampsia: a review
Wilfried Gyselaers, Wilfried Mullens, Kathleen Tomsin, Tinne Mesens and Louis Peeters.

Impedance cardiography in uncomplicated pregnancy and pre-eclampsia: A reliability study
Kathleen Tomsin, Tinne Mesens, Geert Molenberghs and Wilfried Gyselaers.

Doppler Measurement of Renal Interlobar Vein Impedance Index in Uncomplicated and Preeclamptic Pregnancies
Wilfried Gyselaers, Geert Molenberghs, Walter Van Mieghem and Willem Ombelet.