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  1. Cervical cancer is the most common female cancer in Uganda. Over 80% of women diagnosed or referred with cervical cancer in Mulago national referral and teaching hospital have advanced disease. Plans are under...

    Authors: Twaha Mutyaba, Elisabeth Faxelid, Florence Mirembe and Elisabete Weiderpass
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2007 4:4
  2. Despite efforts to assure high methodological standards, systematic reviews may be affected by publication bias. The objective of this study was to evaluate the occurrence of publication bias in a collection o...

    Authors: João P Souza, Cynthia Pileggi and José G Cecatti
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2007 4:3
  3. In 2002, cervical cancer was one of the leading causes of death in Mexico. Quantitative techniques allowed for the identification of socioeconomic, behavioral and biological characteristics that are part of it...

    Authors: Blanca E Pelcastre-Villafuerte, Laura L Tirado-Gómez, Alejandro Mohar-Betancourt and Malaquías López-Cervantes
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2007 4:2
  4. The 100% Jeune youth social marketing program in Cameroon aims to address the high STI/HIV prevalence rates and the high levels of unwanted pregnancy. This study evaluates the 100% Jeune program, analyzing its re...

    Authors: Andrea Plautz and Dominique Meekers
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2007 4:1
  5. Pyoderma gangrenosum is a rare ulcerative skin disease. The diagnosis is based on clinical features and excluding other causes of skin ulcers, as it does not have characteristic histopathology or laboratory fi...

    Authors: Franyke Banga, Nico Schuitemaker and Piet Meijer
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2006 3:9
  6. To find out about the prenatal diagnosis rate of myelomeningocele (MMC) by ultrasound scan in patients referred to the Children's Hospital Medical Center in Tehran, Iran from July 2004 to July 2005.

    Authors: Syed Shuja Kazmi, Farideh Nejat, Parvin Tajik and Hadi Roozbeh
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2006 3:6
  7. The Tibetan Delek Hospital is a small general hospital providing primary and secondary care for the Tibetan refugee community and the local Indian population in Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, North India. In a ...

    Authors: Stewart W Mercer, Katherine Sevar and Tsetan D Sadutshan
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2006 3:4
  8. Medical literature has increasingly reported cases of maternal brain death during pregnancy. This is a rare situation which demands the decision and, depending on the gestational age, the implementation of a s...

    Authors: João P Souza, Antonio Oliveira-Neto, Fernanda Garanhani Surita, José G Cecatti, Eliana Amaral and João L Pinto e Silva
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2006 3:3
  9. Improving maternal health is one of the UN Millennium Development Goals. We assessed provision and use of antenatal services and delivery care among women in rural Kenya to determine whether women were receivi...

    Authors: Anna M van Eijk, Hanneke M Bles, Frank Odhiambo, John G Ayisi, Ilse E Blokland, Daniel H Rosen, Kubaje Adazu, Laurence Slutsker and Kim A Lindblade
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2006 3:2
  10. Stillbirth rate is an important indicator of access to and quality of antenatal and delivery care. Obtaining overall estimates across various regions of the world is not straightforward due to variation in def...

    Authors: Lale Say, Allan Donner, A Metin Gülmezoglu, Monica Taljaard and Gilda Piaggio
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2006 3:1
  11. Despite being a preventable disease, cervical cancer claims the lives of almost half a million women worldwide each year. India bears one-fifth of the global burden of the disease, with approximately 130,000 n...

    Authors: Rasha Dabash, Jyoti Vajpayee, Martha Jacob, Ilana Dzuba, Nisha Lal, Jan Bradley and LB Prasad
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2005 2:11
  12. To determine the frequency of near-miss (severe acute maternal morbidity) and the nature of near-miss events, and comparatively analysed near-miss morbidities and maternal deaths among pregnant women managed o...

    Authors: Olufemi T Oladapo, Adewale O Sule-Odu, Adetola O Olatunji and Olusoji J Daniel
    Citation: Reproductive Health 2005 2:9
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. 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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