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BACKGROUND Magnesium sulphate is shown to be the drug of choice in the management of severe pre-eclampsia-eclampsia for over two decades. However, the drug was introduced in practice in teaching hospitals in Addis Ababa recently. Hence, it is important to audit its use at this stage. OBJECTIVES To audit the experience of magnesium sulfate use for… (More)
Cases of advanced abdominal pregnancies, which were admitted to Gondar College of Medical sciences teaching hospital, North-western Ethiopia, in the years 2000 and 2001, are described, and the challenges in the diagnosis and management discussed One of these pregnancies resulted in the delivery of a viable fetus.
Primary fallopian tube carcinoma (PFTC) is the rarest gynecologic malignancy. We present the first documented case of this rare neoplasm in Ethiopia, in a 50 years old perimenopausal woman. The patient complained of irregular menses, on and off vaginal discharge and longstanding lower abdominal pain. She had longstanding infertility for which she did not… (More)