October 21st, 2014


Volume 57
Number 5
   
 Editorial
369
L. D. Devoe, M.D.


 Original Articles
371
M. J. Sherman, M.D., C. A. Raker, Sc.D., and M. G. Phipps, M.D., M.P.H.
A provider-focused reminder significantly improved rates of influenza vaccination during pregnancy.


377
E. H. Turney, M.D., H. Farghaly, M.D., A. M. Eskew, B.S., L. P. Parker, M.D., and M. R. Milam, M.D., M.P.H.
Women with inadequate endometrial biopsies are at higher risk of significant histopathologic abnormalities at time of hysterectomy.


384
T. Yazdany, M.D., N. N. Bhatia, M.D., and J. N. Nguyen, M.D.
Uterine leiomyoma may cause urinary retention and voiding dysfunction in women, and diagnoses may be overlooked in the initial management of patients.


390
J. A. Smith, Pharm.D., BCOP, FCCP, FISOPP, M. L. Badell, M.D., A. Kunther, M.D., J. L. Palmer, Ph.D., J. L. Dalrymple, M.D., and S. M. Ramin, M.D.
This study evaluated the prevalence of the use of herbal, mineral, and natural product supplements in the healthy female population and identified the most commonly used product.


397
K. M. Knight, M.D., L. L. Thornburg, M.D., and E. K. Pressman, M.D.
Type 2 diabetic patients have a decreased incidence of adverse neonatal outcomes but a similar incidence of adverse obstetric outcomes as compared with type 1 diabetics.


405
M. A. Bedaiwy, M.D., Ph.D., J. M. Burlingame, M.D., M. Hussein, M.D., R. Flyckt, M.D., R. Assad, M.D., and T. Falcone, M.D.
Smoking appears to correlate with increased amniotic fluid vascular endothelial growth factor during pregnancy.


411
J. Diaz, M.D., M. B. Thomas, M.B.B.S., C. Paz-Pabon, M.D., and E. Hernandez, M.D.
A 5-day methotrexate regimen given every 21 days is well-tolerated and effective for low-risk GTN.


415
G. D. Royster IV, M.D., M. G. Retzloff, M.D., R. D. Robinson, M.D., J. A. King, M.D., and A. M. Propst, M.D.
Pregnancy and live birth rates are not adversely affected by longer exposure to gonadotropins during IVF/ICSI cycles using a GnRH antagonist protocol.


421
E.-E. M. Mohamed, M.D., and M. A.-E.-S. Mohamed, M.D.
Our data support a relationship between sperm chromatin condensation and spontaneous abortion rate with intrauterine insemination.


427
C. E. Foust-Wright, M.D., S. A. Shobeiri, M.D., C. L. Curry, M.D., Ph.D., L. H. Quiroz, M.D., and M. A. Nihira, M.D.
Medical student knowledge of obstetric fistulas in the developing world is not significantly different between different years of training.


431
D. M. Rabah, M.D., F.R.C.S.C., F.A.C.S., N. El-Nimr, Ph.D., B. A. Rafe, M.D., F.R.C.S.C., and M. A. Arafa, Ph.D.
Physicians’ knowledge of and attitude towards preservation of female fertility in cancer patients is lacking and needs to be enhanced.


435
L. Ma, M.D., G. Wu, Ph.D., Y. Wang, M.D., Y. Zhang, M.D., J. Wang, M.D., L. Li, M.D., and W. Zhou, M.D.
Magnetic resonance hysterosalpingography was performed in order to diagnose tubal patency and was successful at displaying the tubes, ovaries, uterus and pelvis.


441
Y. Zhou, M.S., N. Ji, Ph.D., C. Pang, M.S., D. He, Ph.D., L. Hou, Ph.D., and Y. Cheng, M.D.
Cesarean section among Chinese rural women was associated with age, occupation, gestational hypertension, breech presentation and dystocia.


 Case Reports
446
D. P. English, M.B.B.S., U. Verma, M.D., and J. M. Pearson, M.D.
Cystic adenomyosis is a rare cause of chronic pelvic pain requiring appropriately timed imaging to aid in making the diagnosis.


449
J. Frank, M.D., and D. Beck, M.D.
Dyspnea, tachycardia, lower extremity edema, and heart murmurs are found in normal pregnant women but also may be caused by underlying heart disease.


452
M. Madaan, M.B.B.S., M.D., K. Aggarwal, M.B.B.S., M.D., R. Sharma, M.B.B.S., M.D., and S. S. Trivedi, M.B.B.S., M.S.
Euglycemic diabetic ketoacidosis may occur in pregnant diabetic patients and requires timely diagnosis and management.


456
R. A. Rahman, M.D., M.O.G., S. Ahmad, M.D., M.O.G., N. A. M. Ismail, B.Sc., M.B.Ch.B., M.O.G., and Z. A. Mahdy, M.D., M.O.G., M.R.C.O.G.
A complete mole with a coexistent normal fetus presented with multiple complications but was managed successfully, with the birth of a healthy normal female fetus at 30 weeks’ gestation.


 Letters to the Editors
459


 

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