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Dating the endometrial biopsy.
It is asserted that examination of the endometrium during the secretory phase yields more information about the time of ovulation degree of progestational change and normality of the endometrium than… Expand
The experience combined with a review of world literature is presented focusing on diagnosis and management of extrapelvic endometriosis, which is often difficult to diagnose and more difficult to treat. Expand
A description of 34 human ova within the first 17 days of development.
Revised American Society for Reproductive Medicine classification of endometriosis: 1996.
Fertility rates in female patients with congenital adrenal hyperplasia due to 21-hydroxylase deficiency.
Improved surgical correction of the external genitalia and better compliance with therapy will be necessary to improve fertility rates among women with congenital adrenal hyperplasia due to 21-hydroxylase deficiency. Expand
Prospective study of vulvar nevi.
The results of a year-long prospective study to approximate the prevalence of pigmented lesions of the vulva in a gynecology practice found that only seven patients had vulvar nevocytic nevi, and only two had diffuse hyperpigmentation. Expand
Ambiguous genitalia with perineoscrotal hypospadias in 46,XY individuals: long-term medical, surgical, and psychosexual outcome.
Either male or female sex of rearing can lead to successful long-term outcome for the majority of cases of severe genital ambiguity in 46,XY individuals. Expand
Thirty-four fertilized human ova, good, bad and indifferent, recovered from 210 women of known fertility; a study of biologic wastage in early human pregnancy.
From a study of 34 early human ova recovered from a series of 107 patients known to be fertile whose conditions for conception were optimal it appears that the maximum fertility rate at implantation is 58 and these defective human fertilized ova rise because of intrinsic defects rather than from defects of the local or endocrine environment. Expand
The Efficacy of Presacral Neurectomy for the Relief of Midline Dysmenorrhea
The findings corroborate previous retrospective studies showing that presacral neurectomy is highly effective in the treatment of dysmenorrhea and speculate that the most common reasons for failure are inappropriate selection of patients and incomplete resection of thepresacral nerve plexus. Expand
Endometriosis in an adolescent population: the Emory experience.
Adolescent girls with pelvic pain have a high incidence of endometriosis and stage I disease, and superficial or atypical lesions were most commonly observed. Expand