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OBJECTIVE: The Sampson hypothesis of retrograde menstruation as a cause of endometriosis was tested by determining the effect of intrapelvic injection of menstrual versus luteal endometrium on the incidence, peritoneal involvement, and stage of endometriosis. STUDY DESIGN: Seventeen baboons were...
OBJECTIVE: Our purpose was to analyze (1) the effects of prevalent lower reproductive tract infections and (2) the effect of systematic diagnosis and treatment to reduce risks of early pregnancy loss (< 22 weeks), preterm premature rupture of membranes, and overall preterm birth. STUDY DESIGN: A...
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this randomized study was to evaluate the effects of indomethacin (10 patients) and sulindac (10 patients) given for 4-days on the fetal cardiac function and ductus arteriosus in pregnancies complicated by threatened premature labor between 28 and 32 gestational weeks....
OBJECTIVE: our purpose was to determine whether interleukin-10 is expressed in human placental tissue, which might imply a role of it in fetal allograft protection. STUDY DESIGN: Detection of interleukin-10 messenger ribonucleic acid in human placental tissue and in human placental JAR cells by...
OBJECTIVE: Our purpose was to evaluate and compare the long-term results of the Kelly plication, modified Pereyra needle suspension, and Burch urethropexy for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence in women. STUDY DESIGN: One hundred twenty-seven consecutive women underwent surgery at the...
OBJECTIVE: Our purpose was to investigate arterial, venous, and intracardiac blood flow in growth-retarded fetuses and to relate the Doppler results to blood gases in umbilical venous blood obtained by cordocentesis. STUDY DESIGN: A cross-sectional, pulsed-wave color Doppler ultrasonographic...
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