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Tubo-ovarian abscess: a retrospective review.
- D. Ginsburg, J. Stern, K. A. Hamod, R. Genadry, M. Spence
- American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
- 1 December 1980
The charts of 160 patients with tubo-ovarian abscesses (TOAs) were reviewed. Patients were divided into two groups according to their response to initial medical therapy. Predictive factors were… Expand
Nested Case–Control Study of Autoimmune Disease in an Asbestos-Exposed Population
Objective To explore the potential association between asbestos exposure and risk of autoimmune disease, we conducted a case–control study among a cohort of 7,307 current and former residents of… Expand
Criteria for diagnosis and grading of salpingitis.
Physical violence, intimate partner violence, and emotional abuse among adult American Indian men and women in Montana.
BACKGROUND Little is known about the experience of American Indian communities relative to physical violence (PV), intimate partner violence (IPV), and emotional abuse. METHODS A random sample of… Expand
Outcomes of a home visitation trial for pregnant and postpartum women at-risk for child placement
Abstract This study is a randomized clinical trial designed to test the psychosocial efficacy of a pre- and postpartum home visitation model for women at-risk for out-of-home placement of their… Expand
Awareness, Prior Use, and Intent to Use Emergency Contraception Among Montana Women at the Time of Pregnancy Testing
Objectives: To identify factors associated with awareness of emergency contraception (EC), prior use of EC, and intent to use EC in the future among women at the time of pregnancy testing. Methods: A… Expand
The clinical and laboratory diagnosis of Trichomonas vaginalis infection.
- M. Spence, D. H. Hollander, J. Smith, L. McCaig, D. Sewell, M. Brockman
- Sexually transmitted diseases
- 1 October 1980
One hundred consecutive female patients attending an inner-city clinic for treatment of sexually transmitted diseases were evaluated for the presence of Trichomonas vaginalis by history, physical… Expand
Home visitation services for at-risk pregnant and postpartum women: a randomized trial.
A randomized trial tested the psychosocial efficacy of a home visitation model for women at risk of out-of-home placement of their newborns. After an average of ten months of exposure, the… Expand
Increasing Rate of Diabetes in Pregnancy Among American Indian and White Mothers in Montana and North Dakota, 1989–2000
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to assess trends in diabetes in pregnancy in American Indian and whites mothers in Montana and North Dakota. Methods: Montana and North Dakota birth records… Expand
Pediatric primary care provider's knowledge of HIV/AIDS care.
- R. Rutstein, D. Kershaw, T. Harwell, B. Rudy, M. A. Ricksecker, M. Spence
- AIDS patient care and STDs
- 1 March 1998
To respond to the difficulties that community-based providers face in keeping abreast of the rapid changes in HIV-related care, an intensive pediatric HIV mentoring program (Pediatric HIV… Expand