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Fear of childbirth in late pregnancy.
A consecutive unselected series of 139 pregnant women were personally interviewed during their 31st--33rd week of gestation concerning their feelings at the prospect of the anticipated delivery. AExpand
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Identification of women with significant fear of childbirth during late pregnancy.
An unselected, consecutive series of 139 third-trimester pregnant women was investigated concerning 'fear of delivery'. Two methods to identify women with this sentiment were used independently andExpand
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Attitudes towards pelvic examination in a random sample of Swedish women
BACKGROUND A pelvic examination is the most common procedure in gynecological practice. A majority of women have negative experiences of such examinations. The aim of the present study was to exploreExpand
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Abstract. The accuracy and precision of gestational dating, based on single measurements of the fetal biparietal diameter (BPD), was estimated in a consecutive series of 970 apparently normal,Expand
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Sick leave and social benefits during pregnancy – a Swedish – Norwegian comparison
Background. To analyze the correlation between sickness absence, working conditions, pregnancy outcomes and pregnancy associated social benefits in two urban pregnant populations in Sweden and NorwayExpand
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Experience of delivery in women with and without antenatal fear of childbirth.
Late pregnant women with and without fear of childbirth were identified by means of a questionnaire. Their delivery experiences were estimated by means of interviews 3-4 days after parturition. WomenExpand
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Karyotype, meiosis and spermatogenesis in a sample of men attending an infertility clinic.
  • B. Kjessler
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Monographs in human genetics
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Meiosis in the Human Male
An improved technique for the preparation of meiotic chromosomes from human testicular biopsy specimens for microscopic examination is described. The results are exemplified by a description of the ob
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Anxiety concerning fetal malformations in pregnant women exposed or not exposed to an antenatal serum alpha-fetoprotein screening program.
Individual degrees of anxiety concerning fetal malformations were assessed in early, mid- and late pregnancy by means of self-rating on visual analogue scales. Two samples of women were compared,Expand
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