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BACKGROUND The aim of this prospective randomized study was to measure patients' discomfort after hysteroscopy with CO(2) or normal saline. METHODS A total of 415 patients was randomized to two groups according to distension medium (CO(2), n = 201; normal saline, n = 214). The nature of randomization was to alternate distension media on a weekly basis.(More)
The aim of the study was to identify which groups of women contribute to interinstitutional variation of caesarean delivery (CD) rates and which are the reasons for this variation. In this regard, 15,726 deliveries from 11 regional centers were evaluated using the 10-group classification system. Standardized indications for CD in each group were used.(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare the diagnostic accuracy of ultrasonographic endometrial thickness and outpatient hysteroscopy, to establish the most appropriate exam for the diagnosis of endometrial cancer in postmenopausal women with abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB). The secondary aim was to develop a multivariable approach considering clinical history as an added(More)
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