Cristian Andrei Arvatescu

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Cervical cancer represents the second leading cause of death for women worldwide. The importance of the diet and its impact on specific types of neoplasia has been highlighted, focusing again interest in the analysis of dietary phytochemicals. Polyphenols have shown a wide range of cellular effects: they may prevent carcinogens from reaching the targeted(More)
Polycystic ovary syndrome is an accumulation of endocrine changes that associates oligo-amenorrhea, obesity, hirsutism, androgen excess and resistance to insulin. Ovarian drilling can be done through classical laparoscopy and by transvaginal hydrolaparoscopy minimally invasive surgical method. We performed a meta-analysis of eight studies conducted between(More)
BACKGROUND The diagnosis of acute abdomen in the emergency setting, still remains a challenging problem. In these cases timely diagnosis and management is of great importance, while the anesthetic risk is high. The combination of the risk of an open laparotomy and the relative high likelihood of negative findings when performed, creates the need for a(More)
A major role in the pregnancy routine ultrasound examination is played by the investigation of the umbilical cord (the identification of the number of vessels). The detection of a single umbilical artery (SUA) is a marker for aneuploidy, low birth weight and congenital anomalies. The presence of this anomaly can be associated with adverse perinatal outcome,(More)
Minimally invasive surgery has been used in obstetrics and gynaecology since 1949 when culdoscopy was introduced for the first time as an exploration tool. Along with the progress of laparoscopic instruments, laparoscopic hysterectomy was first performed in 1989 by Reich et al. In 1993 Nicols used laparoscopy to perform a pelvic lymphadenectomy in patients(More)
Corresponding: Dr. Marius Moga e-mail: moga.og@ gmail.com Intrauterine growth restriction is one of the most common and complex problem of the modern obstetrics. Common diseases of the adult as well as obesity, non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular disease appear to be related to the abnormal growing in the intrauterine life, in(More)
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