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TFT procedure can be considered a simple, safe and cost-effective procedure for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence and can be an alternative to tension-free vaginal tape or transobturator route for sub-urethral tape procedures.
The results of this study support the possibility of early discharge for women in a predefined low-risk group. Most of the complications that may occur after discharge do not pose an immediate threat and afford the patient enough time to safely reach the hospital. Most of the complications in a...
Various therapeutic options for adenomyosis, including few minimally invasive procedures became available in the last two decades but need evaluation and improvement.
A temporal informational advantage of pathological intracardiac Doppler values for high risk pregnancies (IUGR) could not be retraced in the examined collective. Doppler sonography traces acute and chronic deficits, which are indicated by hemodynamic changes of the fetus’s blood supply. The...
Doppler sonography is an approved method in order to become early attentive of a reduced uterine blood flow. Applying Doppler sonographic treatment of the maternal vessels, uteroplacental insufficiency can be traced at an early stage. Pregnancies, which might develop a pregnancy-associated...
The use of the epidural catheter can be seen as a viable alternative to percutaneous surgeries of fetal cavity shunting, due to its low cost and similar complications to the use of the conventional catheter.
The findings of the present study emphasize the diagnostic importance of the Arias-Stella reaction. The changes of the reaction are a histological clue to the presumptive diagnosis of the presence of chorial tissue in cases in which the chorionic material is not found in the endometrial biopsy....
Neonates delivered by CD were exposed to a higher oxidative stress as determined by GSH levels compared to those who had an uncomplicated VD.
The patient had been diagnosed with stage I breast carcinoma 3 years ago and had been treated with conservative surgery followed by radiotherapy and six cycles of chemotherapy (CMF). One and a half year later an ovarian carcinoma was diagnosed for which the patient underwent abdominal...
To our best knowledge this case is unique since the incidental diagnosis of unicornuate uterus with ipsilateral ovary was made during cesarean delivery.
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