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Oil‐Based or Water‐Based Contrast for Hysterosalpingography in Infertile Women
BACKGROUND Pregnancy rates among infertile women have been reported to increase after hysterosalpingography, but it is unclear whether the type of contrast medium used (oil‐based or water‐solubleExpand
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Follicle stimulating hormone versus clomiphene citrate in intrauterine insemination for unexplained subfertility: a randomized controlled trial
STUDY QUESTION Is FSH or clomiphene citrate (CC) the most effective stimulation regimen in terms of ongoing pregnancies in couples with unexplained subfertility undergoing IUI with adherence toExpand
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The SUPER study: protocol for a randomised controlled trial comparing follicle-stimulating hormone and clomiphene citrate for ovarian stimulation in intrauterine insemination
Objective To study the effectiveness of four cycles of intrauterine insemination (IUI) with ovarian stimulation (OS) by follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) or by clomiphene citrate (CC), and adherenceExpand
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Tubal flushing with oil-based or water-based contrast at hysterosalpingography for infertility: long-term reproductive outcomes of a randomized trial.
OBJECTIVE To determine the impact of oil-based versus water-based contrast on pregnancy and live birth rates ≤5 years after hysterosalpingography (HSG) in infertile women. DESIGN A 5-year follow-upExpand
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Complication rate of uterine morcellation in laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy: a retrospective cohort study.
BACKGROUND Over the last decades minimally invasive surgical techniques are increasingly used to treat symptomatic leiomyomas, providing the patient decreased morbidity and more rapid return to dailyExpand
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[A woman with an unusual sonogram of the abdomen].
A 29-year-old female complained of abdominal swelling. Transvaginal sonography showed an unusual view of a cystic ovarian mass composed of various dense, round structures. A laparotomic right ovarianExpand