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Based on our data and a review of the literature, we suggest that chest X-ray, liver ultrasound and bone scan can be omitted in the staging of asymptomatic patients with pT1a or pT1b disease.
We report the results of a molecular study of a large family segregating the complete form of the Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome (CAIS) in several members from three generations. We identified the mutant allele by Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) amplification of the short tandem repeat (CAG)n,...
Taken together, our data demonstrate that the dynamics of oxytocin receptor expression can be affected by stimulation with 17-β-estradiol and oxytocin not only in the pregnant uterus, but also in the nonpregnant uterus. Therefore, dyscontractile phenomena of the nonpregnant myometrium also may...
We report a case of benign struma ovarii initially detected as an ovarian mass at the first trimester of pregnancy.
There was a significant difference in β-hCG ( p =0.028), though IL-6 levels were higher in the hyperemetic group, it did not reach a significant level. Interleukin-6 positively correlated with β-hCG ( r =0.38 and p =0.13).
A large number of hysterectomies could be avoided using the new curved microwave applicator.
With changes in the workplace and adherence to laws protecting pregnant women, effective factors are in place that help prevent premature births. A prerequisite for this is the pregnant woman's contentment with her work.
The aim of this study was to demonstrate the clinical results of postoperative evaluation for a consecutive series of cases of imperforate hymen presenting at a tertiary medical center during an over 14-year period. We retrospectively reviewed the clinical records of 15 patients with imperforate...
An extremely rare case of vaginal birth of preterm conjoined thoracopagus twins diagnosed after delivery is being described and brief review of literature discussed.
Thanatophoric dysplasia is the most common type of neonatal lethal osteochondrodysplasias, with an estimated frequency of nearly of 1 in 20,000 births. It is a disorder characterized by extremely short ribs, tubular bones and macrocephaly. The prenatal diagnosis of thanatophoric dysplasia has...
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