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Phase I and II clinical trials with Vicoa Indica (Banjauri), a herbal medicine, as an antifertility agent.
TLDR
The drug, when administered in a dose of 15 gm once a day for 3 days for 3 cycles, was found to be free from side effects and possessed antifertility activity which is dose-related and can be improved upon by modifying the drug delivery system. Expand
Problems of rudimentary horn pregnancy.
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Five cases of rudimentary horn pregnancy are discussed and in centres where ultrasound facilities are not available, a high index of suspicion in nonresponders to oxytocin induction is emphasized. Expand
A malpositioned central venous catheter
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A case of malpositioned CVC into left subclavian vein through right sided subclAVian approach is discussed, which is a serious complication of central line placement. Expand
Abscess in fibromyoma following instrumentation
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The necessity to bear listeriosis in mind, if a pregnant women presents with all the signs of a bacterial influenza such as infection (discomfort, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, etc) is pointed out. Expand
Role of foetal echocardiography in predicting perinatal outcome.
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It is concluded that foetal echocardiography is a useful tool for predicting perinatal outcome and may be helpful in screening patients who require specific per inatal management. Expand
Pelvic plexiform neurofibroma — an obstetric dilemma
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A 22-year-old primigravida, attended a peripheral hospital at term with premature rupture of membrane and transverse lie and the obstetrician noticed a large (15 x 15 cm) greyish-white nodular mass in front of the lower segment of the uterus which was pushed up and distorted by it. Expand
Abscess in fibromyoma following instrumentation [letter]
TLDR
In India a 45-year-old multiparous mother was admitted to the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh with fever pain and a 3-month old lump in the abdomen, and made a provisional diagnosis of infected and degenerated fibromyoma. Expand
Inferior Vena Cava Ligation for Intractable Pelvic Haemorrhage
Summary: Inferior vena cava ligation was performed as the last resort in a case of iatrogenic injury to the common iliac veins during pelvic surgery. The post‐operative recovery was satisfactory.