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Management of Bartholin's cyst and abscess using the Word catheter: implementation, recurrence rates and costs.
OBJECTIVE Bartholin's cysts and abscesses occur in about 2% of women. None of the surgical or conservative treatment approaches have been proven to be superior. The Word catheter is an outpatientExpand
Quality of life and sexual activity during treatment of Bartholin's cyst or abscess with a Word catheter.
OBJECTIVES Cysts and abscesses of the Bartholin glands are a common occurrence in gynecologic or general practice. Little is known about restrictions in patient's daily life and sexual activityExpand
Extraperitoneal versus transperitoneal cesarean section: a prospective randomized comparison of surgical morbidity.
OBJECTIVE We sought to test the hypothesis that an extraperitoneal cesarean section (ECS) technique reduces postoperative pain without increasing intraoperative and postoperative complications. Expand
Efficacy of misoprostol in relation to uterine position in the treatment of early pregnancy failure
To evaluate the efficacy of misoprostol in the treatment of missed or incomplete abortion in relation to uterine position.
[Foetal scalp blood sampling: impact on the incidence of Caesarean section and assisted vaginal deliveries for non-reassuring foetal heart rate and its use according to gestational age].
BACKGROUND Interpretation of a suspicious, non-reassuring or pathological foetal heart rate tracing does not provide any direct information about foetal oxygen saturation, blood gas status or theExpand
Rupture of endometriotic ovarian cyst causes acute hemoperitoneum in twin pregnancy.
OBJECTIVE To present a case of an acute hemoperitoneum caused by a ruptured ovarian cyst in a late twin pregnancy. DESIGN Case report study. SETTING Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology,Expand
Does knowledge of fetal outcome influence the interpretation of intrapartum cardiotocography and subsequent clinical management? A multicentre European study
To investigate whether knowledge of fetal outcome influences retrospective interpretation of cardiotocographic tracings and subsequent management recommendations.