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This was a retrospective review of the experience of face and brow presentation deliveries in South Glamorgan between 1990 and 1996. The incidence of face and brow presentation was 1 in 994 and 1 in 755 deliveries respectively (no cases of cranial vault anomalies in this series). There was a higher incidence of prematurity and very low birthweight among(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate, in a preliminary study, the outcome of a modified pubovaginal sling operation with titanium bone anchors for recurrent genuine stress urinary incontinence (GSI) in women. PATIENTS AND METHODS This prospective study included 13 consecutive women who underwent the modified sling procedure between September 1994 and August 1996. The(More)
OBJECTIVES A variety of clinical and anatomic factors influence the choice between infrainguinal bypass surgery (BPG) and percutaneous endovascular procedures (PTA) to treat lower extremity vascular disease. The decision, in part, is dependant on periprocedural morbidity. The goal of this study was to document the contemporary morbidity and mortality of(More)
We studied 130 patients who underwent either a vaginal needle suspension procedure or a pubofascial sling procedure with Mitek titanium bone anchors to determine the association of osteitis pubis with bone anchoring in these procedures. Fifteen patients complained of postoperative suprapubic pain; five cases were due to wound infections and another five(More)
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