Parental Incarceration and Child Overweight: Results From a Sample of Disadvantaged Children in the United States.
CONCLUSIONS: Our findings contribute to an emerging body of research suggesting that the consequences of parental incarceration for young children's physical health may differ by whether a child's mother or father has ever been incarcerated. Caution is warranted in generalizing the negative behavioral and mental health effects of parental incarceration to child physical health conditions, particularly for young children whose mothers have a history of incarceration. PMID: 31163114 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
To compare the outcomes of laparoscopic retroperitoneal hysterectomy (LRH) in morbidly obese patients (BMI ≥ 40 k/m2) versus non-obese patients (BMI
To compare the outcomes of laparoscopic-assisted myomectomy (LAM) in morbidly obese patients (BMI ≥ 40 k/m2) versus non-obese patients (BMI
To assess the effects of site and route of morcellation on perioperative outcomes in patients with body mass index (BMI) ≥40 (WHO class 3 obesity).
We aim to compare distances from a left upper quadrant (LUQ) entry point to key anatomy, including the pelvis, between non-obese and obese women.
The objective of this study was to describe the perioperative morbidity of patients with class III morbid obesity undergoing hysterectomy form benign disease.
To present an uncommon liver laceration complication with Palmer ’s Point entry and describe considerations for laparoscopic entry in the obese patient.
ConclusionsCommon clinical variables coupled with vertebral body height are more predictive of first cycle MTX CL than BSA, alternate body size descriptors, and commonly used kidney function equations.