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Hyperemesis gravidarum: a current review.
Review of the literature supports that hyperemesis gravidarum is a multifactorial disease in which pregnancy-induced hormonal changes associated with concurrent gastrointestinal dysmotility and possible Helicobacter pylori infection function as contributing factors.
Hyperemesis Gravidarum: A Review of Recent Literature
Hyperemesis gravidarum carries a significant burden on maternal health and US health care and meta-analyses of further research studies regarding pathogenesis as well as therapeutic options are likely to benefit.
Prognostic Significance of Preoperative Thrombocytosis in Patients With Endometrial Carcinoma in an Inner-City Population
- C. Gorelick, V. Andikyan, M. Mack, Yi-Chun Lee, O. Abulafia
- MedicineInternational Journal of Gynecologic Cancer
- 1 November 2009
The data indicate that preoperative thrombocytosis among high-risk inner-city patients with stages III to IV endometrial cancer is an independent prognostic indicator, the first such report in a predominantly African American and Caribbean American population.
Fixed-dose rate gemcitabine plus docetaxel as second-line therapy for metastatic uterine leiomyosarcoma: a Gynecologic Oncology Group phase II study.
Performance of ThinPrep liquid-based cervical cytology in comparison with conventionally prepared Papanicolaou smears: a quantitative survey.
Angiogenesis in Endometrial Hyperplasia and Stage I Endometrial Carcinoma
Maternal and fetal exposure to parabens in a multiethnic urban U.S. population.
Is Body Mass Index an Independent Risk Factor of Survival Among Patients With Endometrial Cancer?
- S. Temkin, J. Pezzullo, M. Hellmann, Yi-Chun Lee, O. Abulafia
- MedicineAmerican journal of clinical oncology
- 1 February 2007
Increased BMI is associated with survival advantage among patients with endometrial cancer, and the majority of the association between BMI and survival can be attributed to the relationship between obesity and other confounding variables.
Human Fetal Exposure to Triclosan and Triclocarban in an Urban Population from Brooklyn, New York
- B. Pycke, L. Geer, M. Dalloul, O. Abulafia, Alizee M. Jenck, R. Halden
- MedicineEnvironmental science & technology
- 27 June 2014
This human biomonitoring study presents the first body burden data for TCC from exposures occurring during pregnancy and provides additional data on composite exposure to TCS in the maternal–fetal unit for an urban population in the United States.