Kamakshi S Karri

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A retrospective analysis of the management of ectopic pregnancy was undertaken at Billinge Hospital, Wigan from June 1999 to June 2002. A total of 114 cases of ectopic pregnancy were identified. Diagnosis was usually confirmed by laparoscopy (89.4%) and 102 cases (82.4%) were managed by laparoscopic salpingectomy. A total of 7.08% of patients needed a(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of the study is to assess the pregnancy outcome among Omani women with sickle cell trait (SCT), and to compare it with a control group of Omani women with normal hemoglobin. METHODS Relevant data of both groups was obtained from labor room records, patient files and computerized records at the Nizwa Hospital, Dakhliya Region, Nizwa, Oman(More)
BACKGROUND Term delivery of the second twin after miscarriage of the first twin is rare. There is always a risk of preterm delivery as well as infection leading to chorioamnionitis. CASE The second twin was delivered at term after miscarriage of the first twin at 17 weeks'gestation. The pregnancy was carefully monitored for prevention and early detection(More)
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