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Evaluating different pain lowering medications during intrauterine device insertion: a systematic review and network meta-analysis.
OBJECTIVE To synthesize the evidence on the most effective medications for the relief of intrauterine device (IUD) insertion-related pain. DESIGN Systematic review and network meta-analysis ofExpand
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A Report of Four Cases of Caesarean Scar Pregnancy in a Period of 24 Months
Abstract The implantation of a pregnancy within the scar of a previous caesarean delivery is the rarest of ectopic pregnancy locations. If it is diagnosed early, treatment options are capable ofExpand
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Effect of subcutaneous tissue closure technique in cesarean section on postoperative wound complications in obese Egyptian women
Abstract Subcutaneous tissue closure technique is a wide area of interest for obstetricians who perform cesarean section especially on obese women while many observers studied in an extensive mannerExpand
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Reply to: Effect of subcutaneous tissue closure technique in cesarean section on postoperative wound complications in obese Egyptian women
Thank you for your e-mail regarding a reply on questions regarding our published article (Effect of subcutaneous tissue closure technique in cesarean section on postoperative wound complications inExpand
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Evaluation of the Cesarean Scar Niche In Women With Secondary Infertility Undergoing ICSI Using 2D Sonohysterography Versus 3D Sonohysterography and Setting a Standard Criteria; Alalfy Simple Rules
Background Many expressions were used to define the defect that is seen by ultrasound after cesarean section (CS) namely scar defect, niche, isthmocele, uterine pouch or diverticula. Objective ToExpand
The role of body mass index of husband and wife on the neonatal BMI and clinical outcome in ICSI
Mahmoud Alalfy,1 Ahmed Elgazzar,2 Omar Abdelfattah,1 Tamer Fares,3 Nevein Ghamry,1 Ahmed el lithy,4 Hasan Gaafar,4 Rana Abdella,4 Mahmoud Soliman,5 A Hany,5 Mohamed Hussein,5 Mohamed Elsharkawy,4 IMExpand
Pregnancy with Takayasu’s Arteritis: A Case Report and Literature Review
Takayasu's arteritis (TA) is a rare and chronic inflammatory disease of the large vessels. It affects women of reproductive age and leads to an increased risk of cardiovascular complications, such asExpand
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Acute Coronary Syndrome in Women at Full Term Pregnancy
The risk of acute myocardial infarction in young women is low, but increases during pregnancy due to the physiological changes in pregnancy, including hypercoagulability. We present a unique case ofExpand
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