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  • MUHMMAD ZIA-UR-REHMAN, Fareed Ullah, +4 authors PakistanCell
  • 2016
Aim: To correlate the placental morphometric parameters with newborn weight between the two groups i.e. normal vs. patients of preeclampsia Study design: Case-control study Place & duration of study: Department of Anatomy, Sheikh Zayed Medical College, Rahim Yar Khan in collaboration with Departments of Anatomy, Pathology and Obstetrics and Gyanecology,(More)
BACKGROUND Brief interventions with problem drinkers have been shown to be effective, but physicians often do not ask about alcohol use. If a single question could effectively screen for problem drinking, it might facilitate intervention with problem drinkers. METHODS A cross-sectional study was undertaken to address the clinical utility of the question,(More)
Aim: To determine the frequency of bacterial vaginosis in pregnant women and to evaluate the accuracy of Amsel’s clinical criteria taking Nugent criteria as gold standard. Methods: It was a descriptive, observational study in which 380 asymptmatic pregnant women attending antenatal facility at two teaching hospitals were screened for bacterial vaginosis by(More)
Introduction: Ovarian mass is a common clinical problem in reproductive age women, and ovarian malignancy presents late and thus at an advanced stage. That is the reason for its poor 5 year survival despite all advances in gynaecological surgery and oncological chemotherapeutics. It is extremely essential to estimate the risk of malignancy before deciding(More)
Aim: To compare the frequency of pre-eclampsia in second and third trimester in obese versus nonobese women. Methods: It was a Cohort study conducted at Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Bahawal Victoria Hospital Bahawalpur. A total of 62 obese (BMI >30) and 62 non-obese (BMI<30) having, singleton pregnancy were registered for the study at their(More)
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