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2020-07-07 Case Report

Hemorrhagic shock due to irreducible uterine torsion in a third trimester twin pregnancy: A case report

Darido J*, Grevoul Fesquet J, Diari J, El Haddad C, Bouzid N, Abou El Hassan N, Khadam L and Rigonnot L


Uterine torsion is a rare life-threatening event that happens at any age or any gestational age. By definition, it consists of a rotation of more than 45 degrees around the long axis of the uterus. The reported cases have variable presentations. The uterine torsion can happen...

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2020-07-02 Research Article

Curettage is a risk factor for marginal umbilical cord insertion

Elie Nkwabong*, Simon Junior Mabol Mbeleck and Florence Tumasang


Objective: To identify the risk factors for marginal cord insertion (MCI).
Material and Methods: This case-control study was carried out between 1st February and 30th June 2019. Singletons with and without MCI at delivery were recruited. Main variables...

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2020-07-02 Editorial

Uterine Fibroid Embolization in time of Covid-19

Nestor Kisilevzky* and John C Lipman

The coronavirus pandemic has caused major changes in society around the world, especially in healthcare systems. Patients with various medical ailments and conditions who were scheduled to undergo elective treatments before the pandemic arrived, wonder now if they still should follow through with...

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2020-06-30 Research Article

Triple negative breast cancer: Early stages management and evolution, a two years experience at the department of breast cancer of CHSF

Bouzid Nassima, Darido Jessie*, Diari Jed, Dussour Chloe, Ezenfis Joel, Cahn Virginie, Guekeu Steven and Rigonnot Luc


Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women and is a major public health problem. It is divided into several subtypes, including triple negatives. The general objective of our study is to establish the profile and the management of patients with triple negative breast ca...

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2020-06-24 Research Article

COVID-19 in pregnancy: Our experience at a tertiary maternity unit in France

Darido Jessie*, El Haddad Cynthia, Diari Jed, Grevoul Fesquet Julie, Bouzid Nassima, Bobric Andrea, Lakhdara Nefissa, Bazzi Zeinab, Lebis Cindy and Rigonnot Luc


Objectives: Our main objectives are to reveal the pregnancy and neonatal impacts of COVID-19 infection and to compare it to the results that are reported in the literature.
Methods and materials: The characteristics of the admitted pregnant patients CO...

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2020-06-24 Research Article

Determinants of neonatal near miss among neonates admitted to Ambo University Referral Hospital and Ambo General Hospital, Ethiopia, 2019

Ephrem Yohannes*, Nega Assefa and Yadeta Dessie


Background: Neonatal Near-miss is defined as complications of neonates so severe as to be imminently life-threatening but survived due to chance or treatment. The number of neonates who survived morbidities were approximately 3 to 6 times greater than those w...

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2020-05-29 Review Article

Maternal, neonatal and children´s health in Sub-Saharan East Africa

Josef Donát*


The Czech model for reducing maternal and neonatal mortality for countries in sub-Saharan East Africa was created on the basis of the Archdiocesan Charity Prague project for a specific region-subcounty Buikwe, Diocese of Lugazi, Mukono Region in Uganda, a region with about 30,...

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2020-05-06 Research Article

Trial of labor after cesarean outcomes with excessive gestational weight gain

Sophia Halassy* and Angela Marras


The success of vaginal birth after cesarean section (VBAC) has been correlated with a variety of maternal characteristics such as age, ethnicity, and body mass index (BMI, calculated as weight in kilograms divided by height in meters squared). The patient’s BMI just prio...

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2020-05-02 Review Article

Parabens: The love - hate molecule

PD Gupta* and K Pushkala

Parabens are the esters of para-hydroxybenzoic acid [1], mimicking oestrogen, the hormone which makes a woman a woman; women love it and men hate it. However, with an excess use of this compound, even women can develop cancers of oestrogen responsive organs.

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2020-04-09 Review Article

Amenorrhea-An abnormal cessation of normal menstrual cycle

Nida Tabassum Khan* and Namra Jameel


Amenorrhea is the absence or abnormal cessation of menstrual cycles in a woman of reproductive age. Prolonged cessation of menstrual cycles might results in complications such as infertility, psychosocial developmental delays, Osteoporosis, fractures etc. Better understanding...

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