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There were only two randomized controlled studies (RCTs) identified in the review. All other were either case series or case reports. We found that there was no uniform classification or grading of difficulty of embryo transfer in the literature. A grading system has been suggested in this...
microRNAs are effective regulators of gene expression that has a significant role in the pathogenesis of endometrial cancer. Research concerning possible therapeutic implications has been promising, although there is still a significant distance to be covered between research observations and...
High levels of antioxidant vitamins C and E may have significant detrimental effects on placental function, as reflected by decreased cell viability and secretion of hCG; and placental immunity, as reflected by increased production of TNF-a. Meanwhile hydrogen showed no such effects on cell...
The results of the present study support a significant role of leptin in PE; however, this association was independent from serum IP-10 levels, suggesting that there is no crucial interplay between these two proteins in PE.
Induction of labor after successful ECV in nulliparous women increased the risk of CD compared with IOL with spontaneous cephalic presentation.
VGTest-IMS is accurate and feasible for point-of-care testing of BV in the ambulatory care setting. Further evaluations are in progress to assess the utility of VGTest-IMS for differential diagnosis of candidosis, non-BV infection and common inflammatory conditions.
Our results showed that serum ACE levels were increased in OC patients. Being an important component of RAS, circulating ACE might be associated with ongoing pathobiologic events in ovarian carcinogenesis. Therefore, targeting the RAS pathway could provide a future treatment strategy for this...
We consider that intraoperative FS is a useful procedure to identify poor prognostic pathological factors. While grading, depth of MI, cervical stromal invasion and LVSI on FS are significant in predicting lymph node metastasis, the existence of cervical stromal invasion and LVSI should be...
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