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Synethic or Biochemical Material for Reconstruction of Pelvic Organ Prolapse, It Matters!
Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) is a disabling and chronic condition that affects women of all ages. Pelvic organs can protrude outside the body through the vagina due to weakness in the pelvic floor. POP affects patients both physically and psychologically. Most women with POP suffer from at least one other pelvic floor disorder, such as incontinence. Pelvic organ prolapse increases...
Date: Sep 04 2020, Open Access
Unusual presentation of Endocervical Adenocarcinoma following hysterectomy for high grade CGIN
Cervical carcinoma is the fourteenth most common cancer in the UK with 1 in every 142 women being diagnosed (1). Cervical carcinoma can be subdivided into numerous histological types, of which endocervical adenocarcinoma, represents 20-25% of all cancers (2). The proportion of cervical cancers diagnosed...
Date: June 13 2020, Open Access
The induction of labour, which represents an increase in maternal-fetal risks and the expense of hospital resources, has become a very frequent procedure in Obstetrics
Since EH Bishop in 1964 published her pelvic scoring in relation to the result of labor induction, there have been many authors who have studied both cervical and maternal characteristics and ultrasound measurements, with the aim of improving the predictive capacity of the Bishop score. This score is, today, the most widely used in the previous management of labour induction...
Date: June 13 2020, Open Access
Increased serum ferritin levels in women with preeclampsia
This was a case-control study conducted in the emergency ward of Obstetrics and Gynecology Department of Suez Canal University Hospitals. We recruited sixty patients with preeclampsia and 60 normal pregnant women before parturition. All women were subjected to complete history and routine obstetric...
Date: June 02 2020, Open Access