Oluseye O. Oyawoye

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The objective of this preliminary observational study was to monitor changes in focal cystic and non-cystic subendometrial lesions reminiscent of adenomyosis seen during the luteal phase of the cycle by repeating transvaginal ultrasound scan examinations during the follicular phase. Five patients who presented with abnormal uterine bleeding with or without(More)
A 35-year-old patient attended the clinic after 1 year of primary infertility and 9 years secondary amenorrhoea. Her BMI was 21.9 kg/m². Transvaginal scan examination showed a small uterus with 1.7 mm thick endometrium. The left ovary was quiescent and measured 2.9 cm x 61.2 cm x 62.1 cm. 3D images manipulation showed a large (96.9 cm³) solid mass attached(More)
A 38-year-old woman presented for early pregnancy ultrasound scanning 6 weeks and 4 days following an assisted reproduction treatment cycle. She had ß human chorionic gonadotrophin (ßhCG) blood level of 10,853 IU/L 2 weeks before presentation. She gave previous history of termination of pregnancy, myomectomy and bilateral salpingectomy. The uterus was(More)
The purpose behind this observational study was to find whether age, parity, ethnicity, uterine position or the mode of presentation (infertility or gynaecological) could be used to predict acute cervicouterine angulation (ACUA) before intrauterine office surgical procedures. Uterine version, flexion and ACUA were recorded after transvaginal scanning in 914(More)
BACKGROUND Lipids in the diet have been associated with the rising prevalence of many chronic diseases. The present study aimed to provide information on total lipid, free fatty acids, triacylglycerol and cholesterol contents of some dishes consumed in northern, southern, western parts of Nigeria, as well as dishes generally consumed in all parts of(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the coexistence of fibroids and ultrasonically diagnosed polycystic ovaries (PCO) and their combined effects on the uterine artery blood flow in relation to age and parity in women with regular menstruation. STUDY DESIGN One thousand seventy women, 18-40 years old, with gynecologic or infertility problems, were investigated with(More)
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