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2021-06-29 Research Article

Comparative analysis of cesarean section using the Robsons Ten-Group Classification System (RTCGS) in private and public hospitals, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Endalkachew Mekonnen Assefa, Adem Janbo and Yirgu Ghiwot


Objectives: We analyzed the indications of cesarean section (CS) using Robson Ten-Group.

Classification Systems (RTGCS) and comparison between private and public health facilities in Addis Abeba hospitals, Ethiopia, 2017.

Methods: Facility-based retrospect...

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2021-06-11 Research Article

Factors associated with Female Genital Mutilation among daughters of reproductive aged women at Academic Charity Teaching Hospital (ACTH)

Danyah Shiddo* and Hilmi Nour


Introduction: It is estimated that more than 200 million girls and women alive today have undergone female genital mutilation. Female genital mutilation still remains to be a serious problem for large proportion of women in most sub-Saharan Africa countries including Sudan, w...

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2021-05-05 Clinical Image

Vulvar lipoma: A rare tumour

Aarti Chitkara*

A 26 year nulliparous woman presented to the OPD with complaint of painless swelling in the vulva for the last 1.5 years which gradually increased in size causing difficulty in walking. Physical examination revealed a well-defined soft, non-tender ellipsoidal swelling with smooth margins in vulva...

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2021-05-05 Case Report

Menstruating primary umbilicus cutaneous endometriosis: A case report and review of literature

Idowu Pius Ade-Ojo* and Oluwadare Martins Ipinnimo


Primary umbilical cutaneous endometriosis is a rare umbilical endometrioma that affects women who are within the reproductive age group. It may be associated with infertility and severe dysmenorrhea and can be difficult to diagnosed in an asymptomatic patient.

We re...

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2021-05-05 Case Report

Pneumocephalus following labour epidural analgesia, a rare case report

Shagufta Rafiq*, Ibrahim Abbasher, Sadia Anwar, Ammara Ahmad, Bushra Aziz and Branko Denona


The lumbar epidural analgesia is commonly used for labour analgesia. The “loss of resistance to air” LORA technique is commonly used for recognition of epidural space. One of the rare complications of this technique is Pneumocephalus (PC). We want to present a cas...

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2021-05-04 Research Article

Determinants of health seeking behaviour of women with obstetric fistula in south- south and south east, Nigeria: A review of the impact of availability and quality of health care services through a cross-sectional study

Peters Grace E*, Ononokpono Dorathy N, Willson Nsikanabasi U, Oko Nnabuike I and Peters EJ


Background: Obstetric fistula is a condition that results from obstructed labour, which occurs when the baby cannot pass through the mother’s birth canal because it either does not come head first or is too large for her pelvis. Prompt medical intervention, often includ...

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2021-04-28 Research Article

Predominance of fetal malformations among pregnant women: A multi-centric observational study

Sayed Mohamed Sayed, Ahmed Khedr Khalifa, Nesreen Abd El Fattah Abd Allah Shehata*, Mohamed AM Eweis and Sherwet M Shawky


Objective: To observe the predominance of fetal anomalies in pregnant women in a multi-centric setting.

Methods: This prospective observational study included 20225 pregnant women who came for antenatal care in University Hospital and fetal medicine units from 2016 ...

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2021-04-26 Case Report

A case report of uterine inversion after home delivery

Sena-Martins M*, Tadini V, Bolsonaro-Guilherme B, Mariani-Neto C, Pires ABN, Lucato LL, Soares AN, Xavier JC, Teixeira BACB, Faro SL and Silva TB


Puerperal acute uterine inversion is a rare obstetric condition observed as a serious complication during the third stage of labor. Reported as one of the causes of postpartum haemorrhage, it commonly requires quick diagnosis and surgical treatment in order to reduce morbidit...

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2021-04-21 Research Article

A Study of Doppler velocimetry in pre-eclampsia patients, and their perinatal outcome

Rahul Khatri*, Bhoomika Jain, Sabrina Mhapankar and Sushil Kumar


Pre eclampsia and IUGR are important causes of maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality. Pre eclampsia is a multisystem disorder, in normal pregnancies trophoblastic invasion transforms high resistance spiral arteries into low impedance uteroplacental circulation. This ...

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2021-04-21 Research Article

Comparative study of continuous method and interrupted method of episiotomy in terms of healing of the surgical wound

Rahul Khatri*, Bhoomika Jain, Sabrina Mhapankar and Sushil Kumar


Episiotomy is a most commonly performed minor procedure. There are various type of episiotomy suturing, in this study two most common types of episiotomy suturing techniques were compare in terms of healing rate. This study concluded that the continuous method of episiotomy s...

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