December 17th, 2018


Volume 50
Number 2
   
 Editorial
73
Lawrence D. Devoe, M.D.


 Original Articles
75
Renaud de Tayrac, M.D., AmÈlie Gervaise, M.D., AurÈlia Chauveaud, M.D., and HervÈ Fernandez, M.D.
Vaginal repair of anterior vaginal wall prolapse reinforced with a tension-free polypropylene mesh is effective and relatively safe.


81
Diaa E. E. Rizk, M.D., Janusz Czechowski, M.D., and Leif Ekelund, M.D.
Differences in the degree and/or direction of uterine version in healthy, nulliparous European/Caucasian and non-Caucasian women could explain ethnic vulnerability to uterine prolapse.


84
Mustafa BahÁeci, M.D., Ulun Ulug, M.D., Izhar Ben-Shlomo, M.D., Halit Firat Erden, M.D., and Mehmet Ali Akman, M.D.
The protocol with an antagonist gave results as good as those with the protocol with an agonist in PCOD patients.


91
Ellen L. Poleshuck, Ph.D., Robert H. Dworkin, Ph.D., Fred M. Howard, M.S., M.D., David C. Foster, M.D., M.P.H., Cleveland G. Shields, Ph.D., Donna E. Giles, Ph.D., and Xin Tu, Ph.D.
Women with chronic pelvic pain who reported either physical or sexual abuse demonstrated increased psychological distress but demonstrated no differences in other pain experience domains.


101
Hany Lotfallah, M.R.C.O.G., Khaled Farag, M.R.C.O.G., Ismail Hassan, M.Sc., M.R.C.O.G., and Robert Watson, F.R.C.O.G.
TVUS as an initial screen, followed by outpatient hysteroscopy, is likely to become the standard of care in PMB.


108
Manindra K. Ghosh, M.D., Ph.D.
Planned cesarean section is the primary choice for delivery for most breech cases, but the few breech cases presenting in unusual and exceptional circumstances must be managed by vaginal delivery.


117
Senzan Hsu, M.D., David Martin, M.D., and Ashraf Aly, M.D.
Ultrasonographic measurement of pelvic fluid collection may serve as a marker of significant hemoperitoneum, which is not a good predictor of outcome of operative laparoscopy.


123
Pedro Bistoletti, M.D., Teresita Cravino, M.D., and M. Graciela Belardi, M.D.
Use of fasciocutaneous flaps has improved the aesthetics and function of vulvoperineal reconstruction.


130
Richard M. K. Adanu, F.W.A.C.S., Hope K. Haefner, M.D., and Barbara D. Reed, M.D., M.S.P.H.
The prevalence of vulvar pain among women attending a nongynecologic clinic in Accra, Ghana, was higher than previously thought.


 Case Reports
135
Melissa Bennett, M.D., Charles J. Macri, M.D., and Susanne L. Bathgate, M.D.
Use of synthetic erythropoietin in a pregnant Jehovah's Witness with b-thalassemia corrected the anemia and avoided a blood transfusion.


138
Eloisa Saavedra-Castillo, M.D., Elva I. CortÈs-GutiÈrrez, Ph.D., Martha I. D·vila-RodrÌguez, Ph.D., MarÌa Eugenia Reyes-MartÌnez, M.D., and Amalia Oliveros-RodrÌguez, M.D.
For patients with testicular feminization we recommend molecular analysis to expand knowledge of the disease and develop treatments that are useful clinically.


141
Serdar Dilbaz, Ph.D., Bekir Katas, M.D., Berfu Demir, M.D., and Berna Dilbaz, Ph.D.
Three cornual pregnancies were treated with a single injection of methotrexate as an alternative to surgery.


 

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