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Uterine exteriorisation at caesarean section: influence on maternal morbidity
Objective To compare the influence on caesarean section morbidity of uterine exteriorisation or in
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Early pregnancy termination: a comparison between vacuum aspiration and medical abortion using prostaglandin (16,16 dimethyl‐trans‐Δ2‐PGE1 methyl ester) or the antiprogestogen RU 486
Dear Sir, We were very interested in the article by Dr Cameron and Professor Baird [Br J Obstet Gynaecol(1988) 95, 271-2761, We have been using Cervagem (gemcprost) pessaries to induce a medicalExpand
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Munchausen's syndrome in obstetrics and gynecology: a review.
Nineteen review articles and case reports were identified and reviewed through August 1996 in Index Medicus, MEDLINE (English and foreign language), conference abstracts, and bibliographies fromExpand
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Recurrent idiopathic ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome in pregnancy
a method of replacing the inverted uterus using hydrostatic pressure which avoided this problem of digital manipulation. He wrote: “In carrying out a douche (on a woman with uterine inversion) theExpand
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The influence of insemination timing and semen characteristics on the efficiency of a donor insemination program.
The analysis of accumulated data from conceptional and nonconceptional ovulatory menstrual cycles of patients undertaking artificial donor insemination has allowed some observations to be made on theExpand
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First trimester threatened miscarriage treatment with human chorionic gonadotrophins: a randomised controlled trial
Objective  To determine whether administration of exogenous human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG) treatment improve the pregnancy outcome in first trimester threatened miscarriages.
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Tamoxifen and the gynaecologist
Sir, We read the editorial accompanying our paper with disappointment (Chamberlain, May 1993). When the caesarean section rate rose to 15% in the USA, the National Institute of Child Health andExpand
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The characterisation of thawed semen, and the timing and route of insemination associated with conception in the human.
The temporal and qualitative aspects of the conceptual process of a small number of pregnancies achieved by donor insemination have been analysed to understand the semen values required and theExpand
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Case Report: A case of aplastic anaemia in pregnancy
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