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The early detection of ovarian cancer: from traditional methods to proteomics. Can we really do better than serum CA-125?
TLDR
An overview of the early detection ovarian cancer from traditional methods to recent promises in the proteomics pipeline is provided.
Intrauterine Growth Restriction and Placental Location
The purpose of this study was to determine whether an association exists between intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) and second‐trimester placental location.
Extreme drug resistance assay results do not influence survival in women with epithelial ovarian cancer.
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EDR assay results do not independently predict or alter the outcomes of patients with EOC who are treated with the current standards of primary cytoreductive surgery followed by platinum and taxane combination chemotherapy.
Influence of residual disease and extreme drug resistance assays on outcome in patients with epithelial ovarian cancer.
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EDR assay results do not independently predict or alter the outcomes of patients with EOC who are treated with the current standard of care including optimal cytoreductive surgery followed by platinum and taxane combination chemotherapy in either the primary or recurrent setting.
Fundal placentation is associated with low birth weight
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Fundal placentation is associated with LBW infants and is significantly more likely to deliver low birth weight infants after adjusting for GA, BMI, maternal age, smoking, race, and other confounders in multivariate logistic regression analysis.
Markers of recurrence and predictors of clinical behavior of granulosa cell ovarian tumors
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This work attempted to identify some of the molecular markers that can be used to determine candidates for postoperative chemotherapy to prevent recurrence of Granulosa cell tumors.
Markers of recurrence and predictors of clinical behavior of granulosa cell ovarian tumors.
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Current data suggests that inhibin could be a predictor for favorable tumor behavior, and testing tumor samples for cERB B4, cylin D2, EGFR may help to establish a stronger correlation between the presence of certain markers and tumor recurrence.
Intrauterine Growth Restriction and Placental Location
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Findings suggest that placental location may be a major determinant of placental blood flow, along with nonuniform distribution of blood flow to the uterus, in pregnancy.