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Ectopic pregnancies in a Caesarean scar: review of the medical approach to an iatrogenic complication.
- R. Maymon, R. Halperin, S. Mendlovic, D. Schneider, A. Herman
- Human reproduction update
- 1 November 2004
Analysis of women's obstetric history revealed that those at risk for pregnancy in a Caesarean scar appear to have a history of dilatation and curettage, placental pathology, ectopic pregnancy, and IVF, which might also be an associated factor. Expand
Ectopic pregnancies in Caesarean section scars: the 8 year experience of one medical centre.
The women at risk for pregnancy in a Caesarean section scar appear to be those with a history of placental pathology, ectopic pregnancy, multiple CaesAREan sections and Caesar breech delivery. Expand
Comparative immunohistochemical study of endometrioid and serous papillary carcinoma of endometrium.
- R. Halperin, S. Zehavi, L. Habler, E. Hadas, I. Bukovsky, D. Schneider
- European journal of gynaecological oncology
Evidence is provided that the immunohistochemical analysis of endometrial carcinoma differentiates between different grades and histological types, thus being useful in the distinction of high risk cases. Expand
Torsion of Normal Adnexa in Postmenarchal Women and Risk of Recurrence
- M. Pansky, N. Smorgick, A. Herman, D. Schneider, R. Halperin
- Obstetrics and gynecology
- 1 February 2007
The current adnexa-sparing laparoscopic management of adnexal torsion by simply untwisting may predispose to recurrent torsian events, and the role of ovariopexy procedures in the prevention of recurrentTorsion events remains uncertain. Expand
Expression of the p53 gene and apoptosis in gestational trophoblastic disease.
The current study may provide a possible explanation to the pathogenesis of GTD, probably associated with extensive p53-dependent apoptosis to modulate excessive trophoblastic proliferation. Expand
A Comparison of Perioperative Morbidity, Perioperative Mortality, and Disease-Specific Survival in Elderly Women (≥70 Years) Versus Younger Women (<70 Years) With Endometrioid Endometrial Cancer
- Z. Vaknin, I. Ben-Ami, D. Schneider, M. Pansky, R. Halperin
- International Journal of Gynecologic Cancer
- 25 March 2009
Chronological age by itself should not be a contraindication for the proper surgical treatment of elderly women with endometrioid endometrial cancer, because it is a poor predicting factor for perioperative morbidity and mortality. Expand
Video Capsule Enteroscopy in the Diagnosis of Celiac Disease: A Multicenter Study
- E. Rondonotti, C. Spada, +10 authors R. Franchis
- The American Journal of Gastroenterology
- 1 August 2007
Videocapsule endoscopy shows good sensitivity and excellent specificity for the detection of villous atrophy in patients with suspected celiac disease. Expand
Transvaginal aspiration of ovarian cysts: prognosis based on outcome over a 12‐month period.
- Z. Weinraub, O. Avrech, +5 authors R. El
- Journal of ultrasound in medicine : official…
- 1 April 1994
Prognosis based on outcome indicates aspiration of large cysts should be avoided in older women and three parameters proved important in predicting the outcome: age of the woman, maximum diameter of the cyst, and location. Expand
Laparoscopic removal of adnexal cysts: is it possible to decrease inadvertent intraoperative rupture rate?
- N. Smorgick, O. Barel, R. Halperin, D. Schneider, M. Pansky
- American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
- 1 March 2009
Inadvertent intralaparoscopic rupture of adnexal cyst is significantly associated with cystectomies of large ovarian cysts for which laparotomy or laparoscopic-assisted extracorporeal cystectomy should be considered. Expand
Hysteroscopic findings after missed abortion.
- A. Golan, D. Schneider, O. Avrech, A. Raziel, I. Bukovsky, E. Caspi
- Fertility and sterility
- 1 September 1992
Hysteroscopy after a missed abortion is an easy and efficient means for both identifying such uterine anomaly and excluding intrauterine adhesions. Expand