Nadia Ouerdiane

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BACKGROUND Prenatal diagnosis of fetal megacystis particularly in the first trimester requires assessement of pronostic and aetiologycal criteria. AIM Report a new case. CASE we report a case of severe megacystis in female fetus diagnosed at 23 weeks of gestation. There are no other associated ultrasound findings. Fetal karyotyping was normal (46XX).(More)
BACKGROUND cervical pregnancy is one of the rarest ectopic locations. It can be responsible of spontaneous haemorrhage enquiring hysterectomy. Ultrasonography technical improvements allow early diagnosis and conservative treatment. AIM This study aims to report a new case of cervical pregnancy treated conservatively. CASE REPORT patient with cervical(More)
AIM To review the deliveries of macrosomic babies, weighing over than 4000g and their obstetrical and neonatal outcomes. METHODS Retrospective study involving a total of 209 deliveries at term of macrosomic babies between Marsh 2006 and February 2007 in the Maternity Hospital of Mahmoud ELMATRI, Tunis. The study concerned risk factors, mode of delivery(More)
BACKGROUND Twin pregnancy is associated to high neonatal morbidity particularly for the second twin. AIM To assess twin delivery practice in our department and prognosis of second twin. METHODS Retrospective study of medical files of parturition women with twin pregnancy between January 2003 and December 2006. Were excluded women delivered before 28(More)
BACKGROUND adenomyosis is a frequent gynecologic pathology which affects women particularly in the fifth decade. It is responsible of abnormal uterine bleeding and pelvic pain. The diagnosis can be difficult especially when it's associated to other gynaecologic pathologies. Contribution of transvaginal sonography and magnetic resonance imaging made(More)
To evaluate the efficacy and safety of vaginal misoprostol for term labour induction. A prospective study conducted at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology B of hospital Charles Nicolle, Tunis, over a period of 4 months. The group of subjects, selected to represent the population of interest, were pregnant patients at term undergoing cervical(More)