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Health care providers are unable to meet national minimal care standards in poorer areas, while over investigation and over intervention appear prevalent in higher-income areas. This warrants a more representative evaluation to enable more equitable and evidence-based practice.
Antagonist protocol and GnRH agonist trigger for ovulation whenever necessary has a similar cycle outcome to the GnRH-agonist protocol in OCP pretreated PCOs patients, with significantly reduced risk of OHSS.
Patients with body height below the 5th percentile were found to have a significantly higher rate of secondary CS. As less than half of our patients with a body height below the 5th percentile were found to have delivered spontaneously at term, pregnancies in small patients should be recognized...
With the TOA procedure, the obturator route could be used to treat patients with urinary incontinence and also with low MUCP.
Obese women, regardless of having higher serum testosterone levels, had a lower incidence of acne than non-obese women; however, the factuality was not found in hirsutism.
This pilot study clearly demonstrates for the first time ATPase6 gene nucleotide alterations and elevated ROS levels in idiopathic cases of POI. Therefore, it may be possible that OS associated with ATPase6 gene mutation may be causal in idiopathic cases of premature OI. However, larger studies...
We recommend VA shunt implantation as a treatment option for the management of VP shunt malfunction during pregnancy. We further propose that patients in whom the VP shunt is replaced with a VA shunt can achieve spontaneous vaginal delivery.
Uterine sarcomas are rare and aggressive gynaecologic malignancies with poor prognosis, arising from myometrial or endometrial tissue. These rare cancers can be aggressive, and account for a greatly disproportionate amount of deaths from uterine cancers. The histological uterine sarcomas...
PDT seems to be a non-invasive, repeatable procedure for CIN and cervical HPV infection with minimal side effects and can be easily performed on outpatient basis.
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