Gillian Oliver

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Background. Transabdominal ultrasound (US) has not proved completely reliable in Müllerian duct anomalies. One study has shown it useful in obstructed uterovaginal anomalies. We are unaware of a study that has used endovaginal ultrasound in children to investigate uterovaginal anomalies. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is now gaining wide acceptance in(More)
As part of a larger study of psychosexual development and sexual functioning in women with congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH), we assessed self-reported sexual arousability with the Sexual Arousability Inventory-Short Form (SAI-SF; Hoon & Chambless, 1998). Compared to their unaffected sisters/female cousins (n = 15), women with CAH (n = 30) reported(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine whether there is a difference in the pregnancy rate in women with Turner's syndrome (45,X) in an ovum donation program compared with women with other causes of premature ovarian failure. DESIGN Retrospective chart review of women with Turner's syndrome (n = 11) and premature ovarian failure (n = 38) in a donor ovum program using(More)
The purpose of this paper is to promote the notion of “information culture” as an integral component of the education for digital curation professionals. Understanding the context in which digital artefacts are created and used is essential for their meaning to be knowable, communicable, and preservable over time. Human beings’ attitudes towards information(More)
Nowadays, autonomous intervention is getting more attention in the underwater robotics community. Few research projects on this matter are currently under development. In this context, and after a first successful experience in the RAUVI Spanish project (2009-2011), the authors are currently involved in the TRIDENT project (2010-2013), funded by the(More)
The open government paradigm relies on the provision and reuse of open government data (OGD) to improve transparency and create new sources of value. This study aims to progress understanding of OGD beyond a theoretical commentary by exploring the perceived sources of value of mashups (online services that combine diverse OGD), and to examine issues that(More)
Antibodies against Factor VIII (FVIII) can develop in non-hemophiliac patients, causing the rare condition of acquired hemophilia. In 7.3% of the patients, the FVIII inhibitors appear either during pregnancy or in the postpartum period. In this case report, we present a non-hemophiliac patient, who presented five months postpartum with intermittent heavy(More)