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Delayed implantation in cycles with ovarian stimulation and ovulation induction was observed in eight patients. Endocrinological evidence for ovulation during pregnancy is presented in three cases; in one of them the implantation was evidently rescued by a new active corpus luteum. All pregnancies had the following factors in common: (1) A delay in the(More)
In 218 children of less than 16 years old appendectomy was performed. Presence of appendicitis was confirmed histologically in 199 cases. The ratio boys to girls was two to one. In one third the appendix had perforated. Administration of a combined Ampicillin-Metronidazole antimicrobial therapy, started during surgery, proved to be very efficacious in(More)
In 1984 163 patients were treated in our in vitro fertilization program, including 4 patients accepting embryos from the oocyte and embryo donation program. Twenty pregnancies were achieved with an average chance per transfer of 16,6%. The final success of IVF strongly depends on the cause of infertility. The best results were obtained for patients with(More)
We determined the concentration of progesterone (P) and 17 beta-estradiol (E2) in peritoneal fluid 32 hours after endogenous luteinizing hormone surge (LH) or 34 hours after injection of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in 4 groups of patients: group A: 5 natural cycles, unruptured follicles, mean concentrations of P (1.48 micrograms/l) and E2 (169 ng/l);(More)
The Eisenmenger's syndrome (E.S.) was redefined by Wood (1958) as pulmonary hypertension with reversed or bidirectional shunt at the aortopulmonary, ventricular or atrial level. This eponym is applicable to 12 different congenital cardiac lesions. Pregnancy in patients with E.S. is a particularly hazardous situation in respect to the prohibitive features of(More)
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