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OBJECTIVE: We sought to test the hypothesis that elective delivery of infants diagnosed with macrosomia by ultrasonographic studies in diabetic women will significantly reduce the rate of shoulder dystocia without significantly increasing cesarean section rate. STUDY DESIGN: In a prospective...
OBJECTIVE: We sought to construct an ultrasonography-based growth curve in a Chinese population. STUDY DESIGN: Routine ultrasonographic examination was performed in 5496 normal pregnancies (>95% first births) in five obstetric ultrasonography laboratories in Central-South China from January 1,...
Objective: Our purpose was to evaluate the clinical utility of serum uric acid measurements in the hypertensive diseases of pregnancy. Study Design: We performed a nested case-control study to assess the clinical utility of serum uric acid measurements in women with hypertensive diseases of...
OBJECTIVE: Our purpose was to evaluate the mechanisms of cocaine's effect on both spontaneous and agonist-induced contractility of pregnant human myometrium. STUDY DESIGN: Myometrium was obtained from 42 women at term who were undergoing cesarean section. Myometrial strips were suspended in...
Urogenital aging is given a low priority in the medical community and is an entity not well known to the general public. Many women are not aware of the possible disorders of the lower urinary tract and the vagina because of estrogen deficiency. These changes are perceived often as a normal part...
OBJECTIVE: Our intent was to compare the management of patients with atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance on cytologic screening at an academic center to published guidelines. STUDY DESIGN: We reviewed the management of 223 atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance...
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