Ho-Yen Chiueh

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OBJECTIVE To present a case of cesarean scar pregnancy combined with intrauterine pregnancy after IVF-embryo transfer. Successful embryo reduction was performed and preserved the normal intrauterine gestation. DESIGN Case report. SETTING Tertiary referral case center. PATIENT(S) A woman with cesarean scar pregnancy combined with intrauterine pregnancy(More)
A 32-year-old parturient requested epidural analgesia for labor. A lumbar epidural block was performed at the L1-2 interspace. Thirty minutes after the loading dose of the local anesthetic mixture, she suffered numbness in both arms and high sensory block up to the C6 dermatome without significant motor blockade. The retained epidural catheter was later(More)
BACKGROUND Alpha-thalassemia is a common hereditary disease in Taiwan. Affected patients always carry a heavy burden of morbidity and early death. Prenatal diagnosis has reduced the disease burden on families and the health care system. This study evaluated a new non-radioactive Southern blotting hybridization method for prenatal diagnosis of this disease.(More)
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