Jennifer A Jolley

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This article reviews the existing literature on pregnancy outcomes following radical trachelectomy for low-stage cervical carcinoma and describes the guidelines in our institution for obstetrical management after managing two pregnancies following radical trachelectomy. We performed a literature search in PUBMED, MEDLINE, and EMBASE for the keywords(More)
Acute pyelonephritis is one of the most common indications for antepartum hospitalization. When acute pyelonephritis is diagnosed, conventional treatment includes intravenous fluid and parenteral antibacterial administration. There are limited data by which to assess the superiority of one antibacterial regimen over the other in terms of efficacy, patient(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the occurrence of hospitalization for acute pyelonephritis during pregnancy and associated complications in 2006 in USA. METHODS Cases were defined as those with ICD-9-CM codes corresponding to the infections of the genitourinary tract in pregnancy and pyelonephritis in the 2006 Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP)(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the impact of previous cervical surgery on preterm birth prior to 34 weeks in twins. METHODS A retrospective review of twin pregnancies delivered between January 1998 and December 2005 at two institutions was performed. Women with a prior cold knife cone (CKC), loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP), or ablative procedure(More)
Rhinosporidium seeberi, a microorganism that can infect the mucosal surfaces of humans and animals, has been classified as a fungus on the basis of morphologic and histochemical characteristics. Using consensus polymerase chain reaction (PCR), we amplified a portion of the R. seeberi 18S rRNA gene directly from infected tissue. Analysis of the aligned(More)
PURPOSE OF REVIEW An amplified risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes after excisional cervical surgery has been identified. Procedures such as cold-knife conization, laser conization, loop electrosurgical excision procedure, and trachelectomy increase the risk of preterm delivery and preterm premature rupture of membranes. Few studies have evaluated prenatal(More)
BACKGROUND With refinement in ultrasound technology, detection of fetal structural abnormalities has improved and there have been detailed reports of the natural history and expected outcomes for many anomalies. The ability to either reassure a high-risk woman with normal intrauterine images or offer comprehensive counseling and offer options in cases of(More)
OBJECTIVES To estimate the risk of preterm delivery of twin pregnancies based upon sonographic cervical length measurement and gestational age at measurement. METHODS Twin pregnancies that delivered between 1999 and 2005 and that underwent sonographic measurement of cervical length between 13 and 34 + 6 weeks' gestation were identified and a retrospective(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the management strategies for placenta accreta used by Maternal-Fetal Medicine practitioners. METHODS We conducted a 36-question online survey of members of the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine regarding management of placenta accreta, and tabulated the results. RESULTS We had 508 respondents. Most respondents have been in(More)
BACKGROUND Murine typhus is a flea-borne disease caused by Rickettsia typhi. Although uncommon in most of the United States, it is endemic in Southern California. Most cases are unrecognized given its nonspecific viral symptoms and rare complications. CASE A pregnant patient presented with complaints of fever and chills. Physical examination was benign.(More)