BAOJ Gynaecology

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Published Articles

Adoption of improved diagnostic ultrasound criteria for caesarean scar pregnancy ensuing from missed diagnoses in a teaching hospital in UK and crucial corollaries for causation/prevention of caesarean scar defects

Caesarean scar ectopic pregnancy (CSP) is a serious condition with a continuum from complicated miscarriage to placenta praevia accreta. The reported incidence of CSP has increased exponentially. National professional organisations have published ultrasound guidelines for diagnosis of CSP which are still evolving ...

The Laparoscopic Assisted Management of a Giant Abdominopelvic Ovarian Mass

Laparoscopic approach to surgery provides numerous benefits to patients, including improved cosmetic results, reduced infection risk, less pain, and quicker recovery from surgery [1]. However, when large cystic ovarian masses are addressed, the laparoscopic approach becomes a challenge. Care must be taken to avoid rupture of the mass and subsequent spillage of its content leading to dissemination of malignant ...

Grandmultiparity: is it Still a Challenge?

Grandmultiparity has long been considered an obstetric challenge posing serious threats to maternal and fetal well-being. The objective of our study is to analyze pregnancy and labour outcomes in multipara, grand and great grand multiparous women. ...

Reducing Caesarean Deliveries: Trends and Analysis of Risk Factors over a Decade

This paper a retrospective analysis of Caesarean deliveries (CD) between 28 and 42 weeks of gestation over 11 years' revealed strategies that reduced the rate of Caesarian deliveries. The trend and risk factor analysis was done for singleton and twin gestations. Segmented regression analysis was performed for trend analysis between the two time periods. ...

Trial of Labor in Patients with Previous Caesarean Delivery and Significance of Scar Thickness and Inter-Caesarean Interval

To analyze the outcome of trial of labor in patients with previous one caesarean section and to assess the correlation of scar thickness and inter-caesarean interval with uterine defects. ...

Autologus Stem Cell Therapy in Congenital Endometrial Aplasia

Primary amenorrhoea due to a congenital absence of endometrium without uterine underdevelopment is rare though a few cases have been reported. The endometrium is cyclically regenerated from stem cells residing in the stratum basalis. The bone marrow stem cells havethe ability to differentiate into endometrial lineages. In the present study we propose autologus stem cell transplantation for de novo generation of the deficient endometrium. ...

A Rare Case Report of Tubo Ovarian Abscess with Mirena

We present a complicated case of a forty eight year female who came with complaints of lower abdominal pain with fever and vomiting since three days. She had history of menorrhagia since one year and had a Mirena intrauterine device placed for the same nine months back. On examination patient was febrile, vitals were stable, and abdomen was soft, uterus normal size with restricted mobility and tender cervical movements. ...

Is There any Relation Between ABO Blood Type on Ovarian Reserve and Assisted Reproductive Technique Outcomes in Turkish Women?

To evaluate if there is an association between IVF patients' ABO blood group system, ovarian reserve markers and ART outcomes. ...

Analysis of 58 Cases of GTT from 2000-2013 at A Tertiary Cancer Center in India

Fifty eight cases of Gestational Trophoblastic Tumor were studied regarding their epidemiological background and necessary investigations were carried out. Appropriate management was instituted with close follow up. ...

Validity of Fernandez Scoring System on the Management of Ectopic Pregnancy in the Emergency Room at Suez Canal University Hospitals

Ectopic pregnancy is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in reproductive-aged women, 9% of deaths in the first trimester. Clinical prediction tools have been designed to aid management. Fernandez et al "1991" developed a score based on certain items; a score < 12 predicts more than 80% successes with expectant or nonsurgical management. ...

Case Report of Cervical Ectopic Pregnancy

Cervical pregnancy is an extremely rare condition with potential grave consequences if not diagnosed and treated early enough. We present a case and ultrasound images of an early cervical ectopic pregnancy with a history of one previous caesarean section who was successfully treated with suction curettage with cervical suture and tamponade. ...

Vaginal Cuff Dehiscence after Robot-Assisted Gynecologic Surgery

To estimate the incidence of vaginal cuff dehiscence (VCD) after robot-assisted gynecologic surgery (RAGS). ...

Pilot of Modern Cervical Cancer Screening Approach in Georgia

The present article aims presentation of cervical cancer screening activities implemented in Georgia in 2014-2017 years. Two different approaches of cervical cancer screening have been compared. ...

Immunohistochemical Study of Immunological Markers: P53 and FAS Ligand in Placenta Tissues in Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

For more than 50% of the cases of recurrent pregnancy loss no Specific etiology is found and as a result they are characterized as idiopathic. In order to explain the changes participating in this clinical entity, the existence of two proteins in placenta tissue was tested in our study. Protein p53 in tumor suppressor and FAS ligand, are the two antigens with their known relation with apoptosis which are mentioned in references ...

Utero-Cutaneous Fistula after Cesarean Section: A Case Report

Cesarean section (c\s) consider relatively safe with some known complications that could develop to the mother during or after the procedure. Utero-cutaneous fistula is a very rare complication that occurs due to different entities, but mostly due to uterine or pelvic surgeries. A case study ...

Musings on the Women's March: is Social Entrepreneurship, a Route Around Roadblocks and a Path Towards Wellness?

As any gardener knows, living organisms strive for growth and development. Having aninvigorating sense of purpose in life, to which one can direct one's attention and develop one's talents, supports wellbeing and health [30,31,32]. A chosen vocation can be one of the routes toward exercising ...