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Gestational Diabetes (GDM) is the most common metabolic disorder of pregnancy, and it is associated with short and long term adverse outcome for the mother and the offspring. The prevalence of GDM is growing rapidly worldwide in association with pandemic obesity and rising maternal age, but controversy still remains over screening and diagnostic criteria. This chapter describes normal metabolic modification in pregnancy and GDM physiopathology, maternal and offspring complication, diagnosis, and management.
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