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Uterine primitive neuroectodermal tumor with adenosarcoma: a case report
IntroductionPrimitive neuroectodermal tumor of the uterus is extremely rare. They occur as either pure primitive neuroectodermal tumors or admixed with neoplasms of mullerian origin.CaseExpand
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Torsion of paratubal cyst - a rare cause of acute abdominal pain in an adolescent: case report and review of literature
Twisted paraovarian cyst is rare. However, it should be kept as differential diagnosis in any case presenting with pain abdomen. We report a case of a young girl who presented in our OPD withExpand
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Comparison of three clinical and three ultrasonic equations in predicting fetal birth weight
Background: Antenatal assessment of fetal weight is important part in the management decisions during labour, thereby improving perinatal outcome. There are a large number of clinical methods andExpand
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Menstruating umbilicus! A rare case report of primary umbilical endometriosis with review of literature
Umbilical endometriosis (UE) represents 0.5% to 1% of all cases of extra genital endometriosis. Primary umbilical endometriosis is the presence of ectopic endometrial tissue located in the umbilicusExpand
Correlation of doppler studies at 34 weeks of gestation with perinatal outcome in high risk pregnancies
Background: Antepartum detection of the fetus at risk of death or compromise in utero remains a major challenge in modern obstetrics. The waveform analysis of the feto- maternal circulation byExpand
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Hypergammaglobulinemic Purpura of Waldenstrom (HGPW) in Pregnancy: A Rare Case Report
Hypergammaglobulinemic purpura of Waldenstrom (HGP) is a rare skin condition first described by Waldenstrom in 1943. It presents as recurring purpura, elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate, mildExpand
Antenatally Diagnosed Binder Syndrome in Newborn Following Maternal Warfarin Intake in First Trimester
Corresponding Author: Dr. Renuka Malik Email: renucam@yahoo.co.in Received: December 16, 2015 | Accepted: January 6, 2016 | Published Online: January 25, 2016 This is an Open Access articleExpand
Haemoperitoneum due to ruptured corpus luteum! managed conservatively-2 case reports and review of literature -
Massive or ongoing Haemoperitoneum is an emergency, usually surgical, managed by laparotomy. Haemoperitoneum seen by gynecologists in clinical practice is usually due to ruptured ectopic. OtherExpand