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Preoperative determination of CA 125 is a very useful method to discriminate between benign and malignant masses in the pelvis.
Assessment of ductus venosus blood flow velocities during first and second trimester is feasible by means of color Doppler flow. The reference ranges and calculated velocities established in this study may be utilized in studies dealing with the role of ductus venosus blood flow in chromosomal...
The long-term effect of acute maternal hydration on amniotic fluid index (AFI) has not been previously studied. We evaluated the AFI of 25 pregnant women (ten women with normal AFI and 15 with decreased AFI) at 3, 24 and 48 h after maternal oral hydration with 2 l of water over 1 h....
Although complication of ovarian endometrioma such as infected endometrioma during pregnancy is rare, it should be included in the differential diagnosis of pelvic pain during pregnancy, especially in the patient who has history of ovarian endometrioma.
The overall success rate was 70% at a mean of 20.5 months follow up (range 12–29 months). In patients with sufficient preoperative mobility of urethra the success rate was 90%, while in patients with a fixed urethra preoperatively the success rate was 33%.
This is a report of an asymptomatic perforation into the ileum discovered during a hysterectomy after an asymptomatic period of 8 years in situ.
Our investigations revealed that especially testicular cancer has an adverse influence on sperm quality. Hence, we advise careful and sufficient cryopreservation of semen in those patients taking the negative impact of cytotoxic treatments on semen parameters into account.
The cardiovascular system of a male parapagus (dicephalus, tetrabrachius, dipus) conjoined twins was studied. Twin B had bilateral bilobed lungs and a normal heart, while bilateral trilobed lungs and right isomerism was found in twin A. They shared a diaphragm and an abdominal cavity. There were...
This unusual form of histiocytic lymphadenopathy should be included in the differential diagnosis of gynecologic oncology patients who have had joint replacements to avoid misdiagnosis of a neoplasm.
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