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Overweight is associated with alterations in lipid concentrations and an activation of inflammatory markers and both of these metabolic abnormalities are characteristic of preeclamptic pregnancies before the onset of clinically evident disease. Reactive oxygen species, particularly superoxide...
Small differences were observed between the values for UPR observed in our sample and the normal values described in previous studies. These differences were observed mainly in late third trimester and are probably related to population biometric differences.
In the retrospective analysis of our study group, we found a high percentage of haematogenous metastasis that was always accompanied with a very poor prognosis in malignant CSP patients. Those patients always died within a short period of time. Two of these patients showed, while they underwent...
This study demonstrates that ultrasound detection of macrosomia can be improved using the isotonic regression method.
Perifosine showed substantial cytotoxic effects in various in vitro models of ovarian cancer. Since anti-tumor effects were not confined to platinum-sensitive cells perifosine seems to be a good candidate for clinical studies in patients especially with platinum resistant ovarian cancer.
Dysuria is a very common symptom, which is taken lightly. It can lead to a diagnosis of disseminated Koch’s, which if identified early can prevent permanent sequelae.
The leading cause of uterine rupture was found to be neglected and obstructed labor due to mismanagement by local untrained birth attendants. Timely recognition and referral to higher centers can reduce the maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality due to uterine rupture.
Hepatic infarction is rare in hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, and low platelets syndrome. We described a case of a 24-year-old woman who was admitted at week 17 of pregnancy with an antiphospholipid syndrome. Magnetic resonance imaging was the imaging modality of choice for diagnosing hepatic...
High incidence rates of SCC were observed for some age groups of single and married women, for women without children or 1–2 children and for North-Africa-born women. Great differences between age groups within each demographic category were observed.
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