Pregnancy Outcomes after ZIKV Infection in French Territories in the Americas
New England Journal of Medicine,Volume 378, Issue 11, Page 985-994, March 2018.
To determine pregnancy outcomes after successful fallopian tube recanalization (FTR) in women who suffer subfertility secondary to tubal occlusion.
To report the experience of percutaneous nephrostomy (PCN) drainage in pregnant patients at a tertiary women ’s care hospital.
Cervical ectopic pregnancy is rare, accounting for
ConclusionsFrom all cases with AC detected by fetal MRI, 77.3% had normal neurodevelopmental outcome and 22.7% had abnormal neurodevelopment.
“Be proactive not reactive, for an apparently insignificant issue ignored today can spawn tomorrow’s catastrophe.” – Ken Poirot Do you ever have one of those mornings where the battle against annoying minutiae begins before you’re even truly awake? One of those days where you feel the illusion of control fully slipping away. You try to grasp and pull it back, but you really have no control over this day or its outcome, at all. We dread these types of days, don’t we? The control freak in me gets uncomfortable thinking about it. Even the Meet The Parents movies make me unsettled, because a...
Publication date: Available online 21 February 2019Source: NeuroscienceAuthor(s): Dalila LEBSIR, Julien GUEMRI, Dimitri KERESELIDZE, Stephane GRISON, Marc BENDERITTER, Annick PECH, David COHEN, Mohamed Amine BENADJAOUD, Philippe LESTAEVEL, Maâmar SOUIDIAbstractProtracted radioiodine release, may requires repeated intake of potassium iodide (KI) to protect thyroid gland. It is well established that iodine excess inhibits transiently the thyroid function. As developing foetus depends on maternal thyroid hormones (TH) supply, more knowledge are needed about the plausible effects that repeated KI intake can cause in this...
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ConclusionsAssisted reproductive techniques and in-vitro culture have been associated with an increased frequency of embryo splitting. This has been postulated to be linked to the in-vitro hatching method observed at the blastocyst stage of development. This case report highlights the need to objectively assess any splitting of the ICM, beyond standard grading of the quality of the ICM and the trophectoderm. Such assessments of ICM splitting should be routine practice in clinical embryology when selecting embryos for transfer.
Studying obese children under the age of six, researchers at the University of Kansas found some did not have the typical spike in systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure.
Conditions: Crohn Disease; Pregnancy Intervention: Other: Diet-CD Sponsors: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust; University of Massachusetts, Worcester Recruiting