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  1. To evaluate whether the introduction of a strict protocol based on the systemic evaluation of critically ill pregnant women with complications of hypertension affected the outcome of those women.

    Authors: Hennie Lombaard, Robert C Pattinson, Fèbè Backer and Peter Macdonald
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2005 2:7
  2. The medical literature has reported an increase in myomectomy during caesarean section in the past decade. However, myomectomy performed during pregnancy remains a rarity. The management of uterine fibroids du...

    Authors: Chisara Umezurike and Paul Feyi-Waboso
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2005 2:6
  3. China has a national policy regulating the number of children that a woman is allowed to have. The central concept at the individual level application is "illegal pregnancy". The purpose of this article is to ...

    Authors: Elina Hemminki, Zhuochun Wu, Guiying Cao and Kirsi Viisainen
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2005 2:5
  4. The number, rates and causes of early neonatal deaths in South Africa were not known. Neither had modifiable factors associated with these deaths been previously documented. An audit of live born infants who d...

    Authors: Robert Pattinson, David Woods, David Greenfield and Sithembiso Velaphi
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2005 2:4
  5. Spontaneous monochorionic triamniotic pregnancy is rare and is at increased risk for pregnancy complications. The presence of an anomalous fetus further complicates the management.

    Authors: Ahmet Gul, Halil Aslan, Altan Cebeci, Yavuz Ceylan and Ali Ismet Tekirdag
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2005 2:2
  6. Imprinted genes exhibit a parent-of-origin specific pattern of expression. Such genes have been shown to be targets of molecular defects in particular genetic syndromes such as Beckwith-Wiedemann and Angelman ...

    Authors: Ariane Paoloni-Giacobino and J Richard Chaillet
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2004 1:6
  7. Proper management of patients with Kallmann syndrome (KS) allows them to attain a normal reproductive health. The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the presentation modalities, phenotypes and the modes o...

    Authors: Mousa A AbuJbara, Hanan A Hamamy, Nadim S Jarrah, Nadima S Shegem and Kamel M Ajlouni
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2004 1:5

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