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Evidence-based guidelines for the investigation and medical treatment of recurrent miscarriage.
Recurrent miscarriage (RM; > or =3 consecutive early pregnancy losses) affects around 1% of fertile couples. Parental chromosomal anomalies, maternal thrombophilic disorders and structural uterineExpand
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Predicting adverse obstetric outcome after early pregnancy events and complications: a review.
BACKGROUND The aim was to evaluate the impact of early pregnancy events and complications as predictors of adverse obstetric outcome. METHODS We conducted a literature review on the impact of firstExpand
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Early pregnancy wastage: relationship between chorionic vascularization and embryonic development.
The chorionic villous vascularization of 40 patients with first trimester spontaneous abortion was compared with that of 10 patients undergoing legal abortion (control group). The spontaneousExpand
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Updated and revised nomenclature for description of early pregnancy events.
The nomenclature used to describe clinical events in early pregnancy has been criticized for lack of clarity and promoting confusion. There is no agreed glossary of terms or consensus regardingExpand
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First experiences with hysterosalpingo-foam sonography (HyFoSy) for office tubal patency testing.
BACKGROUND This study was conducted to describe the first experiences with hysterosalpingo-foam sonography (HyFoSy) as a first step routine office procedure for tubal patency testing. METHODS AExpand
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Hysterosalpingo‐foam sonography (HyFoSy): a new technique to visualize tubal patency
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Prepidil compared to Propess for cervical ripening.
OBJECTIVES To compare the efficacy and safety of intracervical PGE(2) gel (Prepidil) with intravaginal PGE(2) insert (Propess) in cervical ripening and induction of labour. STUDY DESIGN This was aExpand
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An optimal periconception maternal folate status for embryonic size: the Rotterdam Predict study
To investigate the association between periconception maternal folate status and embryonic size.
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Cohort Profile: The Rotterdam Periconceptional Cohort (Predict Study).
Cohort Profile: The Rotterdam Periconceptional Cohort (Predict Study) Régine PM Steegers-Theunissen,* Jennifer JFM Verheijden-Paulissen, Evelyne M van Uitert, Mark F Wildhagen, Niek Exalto, Anton HJExpand
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Human embryonic growth trajectories and associations with fetal growth and birthweight.
STUDY QUESTION How do human embryonic growth trajectories evolve in the first trimester, and is first-trimester embryonic growth associated with fetal growth and birthweight (BW)? SUMMARY ANSWERExpand
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