Medical News Today: 15 formas de prevenir el embarazo
Existe una amplia gama de m étodos para evitar el embarazo. Los métodos no hormonales incluyen condones y planificación familiar natural. Los métodos hormonales incluyen la píldora, los implantes y los DIU. Más información sobre cómo prevenir el embarazo aquí.
Molecular heterogeneity of endothelial cells underlies their highly specialized functions during changing physiological conditions within diverse vascular beds. For example, placental spiral arteries (SAs) undergo remarkable remodeling to meet the ever-growing demands of the fetus — a process which is deficient in preeclampsia. The extent to which maternal endothelial cells coordinate with immune cells and pregnancy hormones to promote SA remodeling remains largely unknown. Here we found that remodeled SAs expressed the lymphatic markers PROX1, LYVE1, and VEGFR3, mimicking lymphatic identity. Uterine natural killer (...
To provide practical tips and tricks on laparoscopic management of a heterotopic cornual pregnancy.
To demonstrate the importance of total salpingectomy when surgical management of ectopic pregnancy is warranted.
To review pregnancy outcomes after laparoscopic myomectomy using barbed suture for myometrial closure.
To investigate the differences in complication rates between laparoscopic salpingostomy and salpingectomy.
Assess pregnancy rates after surgery for deep infiltrating endometriosis (DIE) in infertile patients, and in women without proven infertility, and whether ART was necessary to achieve pregnancy.
Transcervical radiofrequency ablation of uterine fibroids is an incisionless procedure to treat nonpedunculated uterine fibroids, including those that are not amenable to operative hysteroscopy. However, its safety and effectiveness regarding fertility and fecundity have not been established, including among women with infertility. This is a report of a pregnancy that occurred in a woman after transcervical radiofrequency (RF) ablation of uterine fibroids and assisted reproduction.
Demonstrate the laparoscopic management of a giant cyst during second trimester pregnancy.
The study objective is to assess the safety and effectiveness of LESS for management of non-obstetric, gynecological disease processes in pregnant patients.