B. A. Parnell, M.D., W. E. Whitehead, Ph.D., E. J. Geller, M.D., M. L. Jannelli, M.D., and A. Connolly, M.D.
Permanent suture use at time of overlapping anal sphincteroplasty was associated with decreased fecal incontinence severity without increased morbidity.
D. S. Heller, M.D., K. Goldman, M.D., L. T. Goldsmith, Ph.D., and B. Cracchiolo, M.D., M.P.H.
Patients from an inner city hospital had a high risk of underlying significant pathology with an atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance (AGC) Pap result.
S. Soni, M.D., A. Gupta, M.D., and A. J. Jacobs, M.D., J.D.
Breastfeeding has several beneficial effects on the mother and the infant.
J. M. Choi, M.D., B. Lebwohl, M.D., M.S., J. Wang, M.D., S. K. Lee, M.D., J. A. Murray, M.D., M. V. Sauer, M.D., and P. H. R. Green, M.D.
An increased prevalence of undiagnosed celiac disease was detected among a group of American women presenting with unexplained infertility.
G. Yapici, M.D., S. Oner, M.D., A. O. Kurt, M.D., T. Sasmaz, M.D., and R. Bugdayci, M.D.
The general knowledge and use of emergency contraception among Turkish women is inadequate.
G. H. Eltabbakh, M.D., and S. L. Mount, M.D.
Compared with routine histologic examination, serial sectioning and immunohistochemical examination yield a higher number of involved lymph nodes in women with borderline ovarian tumors.
S. Cyriac, M.D., R. Rajendranath, M.D., D.M., V. Sridevi, M.S., M.Ch., and T. G. Sagar, M.D., D.M.
Etopside, methotrexate, actinomycin D, cyclophosphamide and vincristine (EMA-CO) chemotherapy was highly effective for the management of high-risk gestational trophoblastic neoplasia.
M. Emoto, M.D., Ph.D., R. Sadamori, M.D., Ph.D., T. Hachisuga, M.D., Ph.D., T. Kawarabayashi, M.D., Ph.D., and S. Miyamoto, M.D., Ph.D.
Contrast-enhanced color Doppler ultrasonography may be useful in differentiating invasive and noninvasive gestational trophoblastic diseases.
A. Keepanasseril, M.D., V. Suri, M.D., G. R. V. Prasad, M.D., V. Gupta, M.D., R. Bagga, M.D., N. Aggarwal, M.D., L. K. Dhaliwal, M.D., and N. Khandelwal, M.D.
Angiographic embolization in gestational trophoblastic neoplasia is a very useful, safe and effective modality in the management of massive hemorrhage in gestation trophoblastic disease.
Y. Park, B.A., Y.-J. Kim, M.D., Ph.D., J.-K. Hoh, M.D., Ph.D., and M. Park, M.D., Ph.D.
In anencephalic fetuses, baseline fetal heart rate changed significantly with gestational age, and the autonomic nervous system is more likely to be preserved than the central nervous system.
C. M. Ercan, M.D., H. Coksuer, M.D., K. E. Karasahin, M.D., I. Alanbay, M.D., U. Aydogan, M.D., A. Parlak, M.D., and I. Baser, M.D.
In first trimester surgical pregnancy terminations, premedication with 400 µg of sublingual misoprostol makes dilation and curettage easier and helps avoid operator complications.
R.-F. Gao, M.D., J.-L. He, M.D., X.-Q. Liu, M.D., Y.-B. Ding, M.D., X.-M. Chen, Ph.D., Q. Chen, M.D., Y. Tan, M.D., and Y.-X. Wang, M.D.
No significant difference of folate biomarkers levels was observed between IGF2 retention of imprinting and IGF2 loss of imprinting groups.
J. South, D.O., M.S., H. De Los Santos, M.D., L. Hernandez, M.D., and S. Patrick, M.D.
This case describes the history and presentation of a 19-year-old female with a new diagnosis of stage IIIB cervical cancer.
T. M. Yalcinkaya, M.D., M. Erman Akar, M.D., L. D. Kammire, M.D., E. B. Johnston-MacAnanny, M.D., and H. L. Mertz, M.D.
A robotic-assisted laparoscopic approach is a promising, minimally invasive alternative for the repair of cesarean scar defect.
C. T. Wohlmuth, M.D., and J. Dela Merced, M.D.
Placental site postpartum hemorrhage was successfully managed with gelatin-thrombin hemostatic matrix at time of cesarean delivery, avoiding emergency hysterectomy and massive blood transfusion.
A. Kriplani, M.D., A. S. Lunkad, M.D., M. Sharma, M.D., and A. C. Ammini, M.D.
A case of heterotopic pregnancy was managed expectantly with successful pregnancy outcome.
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