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2021-03-31 Research Article

Which women uses social Internet networks during pregnancy?

Sylvie Viaux-Savelon*, Catherine Fouillet, Nicolas Bodeau and Jacky Nizard


Internet has become an important part of our life, including during pregnancy where it is broadly used to find information (84%). The aims of this study were (1) to describe the proportion of women using Internet Social Networks (ISN) concerning their pregnancy, during pre or...

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2021-03-17 Review Article

Laparoscopic staging of borderline ovarian tumours – Technique and results

Klimatsouda M, Donoudis C, Kontopoulos G and Daponte A*


Borderline Ovarian Tumors (BOT) tend to present more frequently nowadays, especially in younger women. Furthermore fertility preservation and laparoscopic management is often desired and therefore appropriate counselling is challenging and the treatment selection must be made...

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2021-02-12 Clinical Image

Severe hypertriglycerdemia in pregnancy

Krithika Muralidhara* and Shashank Dhareshwar

31 year old female presented with abdominal pain and respiratory distress in the third trimester of her second pregnancy.

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2021-01-20 Research Article

Epidemiologic aspects and risk factors associated with infertility in women undergoing assisted reproductive technology (ART) in north of Iran

Marzieh Zamaniyan, Noushin Gordani٭, Paniz Bagheri, Kaveh Jafari, Sepideh Peyvandi, Mojtaba Hajihoseini, Robabeh Taheripanah, Siavash Moradi, Salomeh Peyvandi and Arman Alborzi


Objective: This study aimed to investigating of the epidemiological aspects of infertility and related risk factors in infertile women.

Materials and methods: This cross-sectional study, carried out on 330 infertile women referred to two infertility treatment center...

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2021-01-18 Case Report

A rare case of giant ovarian serous cystadenoma presenting as psuedo-meigs syndrome

Richmond Ronald Gomes*, Sayeda Noureen and Habiba Akhter


Meigs’ syndrome is a rare condition characterized by the presence of a benign fibroma of the ovary, ascites and pleural effusion. Other benign cysts of the ovary (such as struma ovarii, mucinous cystadenoma, serous cystadenoma and teratomas), leiomyoma of the uterus, an...

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2021-01-15 Mini Review

Three visionaries for HRT

Joseph Loze Onwude*

When a woman consults a doctor about Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), the first concern is that there is an increased risk of breast cancer with HRT. And this sole reason might be the reason for refusing the offer of HRT. However, this practice has minimal basis and evidence to support it.

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2021-01-12 Research Article

An audit on outpatient hysteroscopy – cervical dilatation, failure rates and patient satisfaction

Sophie Boyd* and S Lalchandani


Aims: To audit the use of cervical dilators, local anaesthetic, and failure rates in outpatient hysteroscopy over a two-year period in University Hospital Kerry. To review the experiences of women attending the outpatient hysteroscopy clinic (OHC) over a two-year period in Un...

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2021-01-04 Research Article

The effect of NLP-based approach to teaching surgical procedures to senior OBGYN residents

Mitra Ahmad Soltani, Jamileh Jahanbakhsh*, Zahra Takhty, Azarmindokht Shojai and Hengameh Sheikh

Each individual has a unique way of learning which is based on personal background [1]. Neuro Linguistic Programming is an ideology of communicating with an individual. It can be applied in social relations like teaching fields [2]. Each medical student deals with a set of new information in his ...

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2020-12-01 Case Report

Unilateral pleural effusion as the sole presentation of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS)

Tarique Salman*, Suruchi Mohan and Yasmin Sana

A 44-year-old G4P2+1 presented to the emergency department on the 10th day following embryo transfer (with two fresh, day 5, blastocysts transferred in a hospital abroad) with the complaints of difficulty breathing, chest discomfort and cough for one day.

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2020-12-01 Research Article

Chronic endometritis in in vitro fertilization failure patients

Afaf T Elnashar* and Mohamed Sabry


Introduction: Chronic endometritis (CE) is a common cause of infertility in asymptomatic patients and its diagnosis and treatments improved assisted reproduction technique outcome in most of the specialized centers. Diagnosis of CE in endometrial biopsy by Hematoxylin and Eos...

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