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Testicular fine needle aspiration: the alternative method for sperm retrieval in non-obstructive azoospermia.
TEFNA should be considered the first choice whenever sperm recovery is attempted in patients with non-obstructive azoospermia, and is found to be efficient, easy to learn, safe and well tolerated by all patients. Expand
The three vessels and trachea view (3VT) in fetal cardiac scanning
The aim was to define and evaluate the 3VT view, a novel and simple method to examine the great vessels in the mediastinum, and its applicability in the clinical practice of fetal echocardiography, while establishing nomograms for cardiac vessel measurements obtained in this view. Expand
Listeria infection during pregnancy: a 10 year experience.
If not promptly and adequately treated, listeriosis in pregnancy may present serious hazards to the fetus and newborn through direct infection of the placenta and chorioamnionitis. Expand
Poor prenatal detection rate of cardiac anomalies in Noonan syndrome
The aim of the present study was to define the rate of prenatal diagnosis of heart malformations in cases diagnosed postnatally with Noonan syndrome. Expand
Risk factors for unsuccessful medical abortion with mifepristone and misoprostol
Medical termination of pregnancy with mifepristone and misoprostol is >90% effective and an algorithm of follow up using follow‐up visit date, serum βhCG and sonographic endometrial stripe is suggested to define high risk patients for failed medical abortion. Expand
Vaginal vault prolapse: choice of operation.
  • R. Arbel, Y. Lavy
  • Medicine
  • Best practice & research. Clinical obstetrics…
  • 1 December 2005
This chapter focuses on various controversies, including the prevention of vault prolapse at the time of hysterectomy, issues regarding uterine preservation, the management of overt or occult concomitant stress incontinence, and the place-if any-for combined anti-incontinence procedures at theTime of prolapse surgery. Expand
Paula method of circular muscle exercises for urinary stress incontinence—a clinical trial
The Paula method was found to be efficacious for SI in a population of Israeli women and women randomized to the Paula method reported improvement in I-QOL scores. Expand
Gradual discontinuation of hormone therapy does not prevent the reappearance of climacteric symptoms: a randomized prospective study.
The authors' specific regimen of gradual discontinuation of hormone therapy merely postponed, and neither prevented nor minimized, the reappearance of vasomotor symptoms, mood deterioration, and sexual dysfunction, and the resulting discomfort. Expand
Chorangiocarcinoma: A Case Report and Review of the Literature
It is concluded that the tumor presented herein, displaying a histologically unequivocal malignant trophoblastic component in a benign chorangioma, is a true chorangsiocarcinoma, and should be included within the category of gestational neoplasia as a tumor closely related to choriocARCinoma. Expand
Duration not severity of the climacteric syndrome predicts resumption of hormone therapy after discontinuation: a prospective cohort study.
The history of hot flashes and the duration of menopausal symptoms upon HT discontinuation predict the resumption of HT, and the return to HT is expected in individuals who are intolerant of prolonged climacteric syndrome. Expand