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Diaz Sumac D - - 2002
BACKGROUND: Previous cesarean section, oxytocin administration, and fetal macrosomia increase the risk of uterine rupture or dehiscence (URD). METHODS: All 25,718 deliveries at Riverside Regional Medical Center from January 1990 to June 2000 were reviewed to describe complications and identify risk factors for URD. RESULTS: Eleven uterine ruptures and 10 ...
Hasbargen U - - 2002
OBJECTIVES: To present the indications for myomectomy during pregnancy and to discuss complications possibly related and unrelated to the procedure. METHOD AND RESULTS: A 33-year-old patient at 18 weeks of gestation underwent removal of a 1,570-gram symptomatic fundic myoma. Histologically the patient had a leiomyomatous neoplasm of uncertain malignant potential. ...
Björklund Kenneth - - 2002
OBJECTIVE: To compile and make available essential data on symphysiotomy for evaluation in the struggle against maternal and fetal mortality and morbidity from obstructed labour, which causes the death of 50,000 women each year in low-resourced countries. DESIGN: Retrospective review of literature. SAMPLE: Five thousand symphysiotomies and 1200 caesarean sections ...
Gissler Mika - - 2002
BACKGROUND: The maintenance of health registers has become routine. The main prerequisite for their use is that registers be complete and that their contents correspond to reality. METHODS: Data on all primiparous women who gave birth between 1987 and 1989 (N=73009) and on their second (N=55388) and third births (N=22904) ...
Ozumba B C - - 2002
Maternal deaths from cesarean sections in Nigeria are exceptionally high and result from avoidable causes such as hemorrhagic shock, sepsis and hypertensive disorders in pregnancy. Increased involvement of specialists in the care and improved intra and post-operative management of cases are advocated to reduce the high maternal mortality rate.
Ros Helena Salonen - - 2002
OBJECTIVE: Risks of circulatory diseases are increased substantially during late pregnancy and around the time of delivery. This study was undertaken to determine whether preeclampsia, multiple pregnancy, or cesarean delivery account for the majority of pregnancy-related risks of pulmonary embolism and stroke (caused by hemorrhage, infarction, and intracranial venous thrombosis). ...
Wang Weimin - - 2002
OBJECTIVE: To probe into the clinical manifestation, diagnosis, as well as treatment of pregnancy on the cicatrix of a previous cesarean section at the uterine isthmus in the first trimester. METHODS: Analysis of 14 patients with pregnancy on the cicatrix of a previous cesarean section at the uterine isthmus in ...
Shima Y - - 2002
The purpose of this research was to devise a method for transforming the cross-section of the hollow super-elastic Ti-Ni alloy round wire and to examine the changes in its bending properties for clinical orthodontic application. The specimen wires were pressed with the use of heated pliers to transform the cross-sectional ...
Rudnik-Schöneborn Sabine - - 2002
Patients with infantile spinal muscular atrophy rarely decide to have their own children especially if there is major respiratory impairment. We studied prospectively the pregnancy course and outcome of a 34-year-old woman with spinal muscular atrophy type II who delivered a healthy boy. Pregnancy was entirely uneventful, except that for ...
Lee Sang-Bum - - 2002
We report observation of lasing in the scarred modes in an asymmetrically deformed microcavity made of liquid jet. The observed scarred modes correspond to morphology-dependent resonance of radial mode order 3 with their Q values in the range of 10(6). Emission directionality is also observed, corresponding to a hexagonal unstable ...
Wiener J J - - 2002
Fetal lacerations occurred in 1.5% of caesarean sections carried out in our institution. The incidence was independent of type of caesarean section, fetal presentation, cervical dilatation, presence of intact membranes or operator grade. We advocate that this complication should be included in the preoperative counselling of all patients undergoing caesarean ...
Wiseman O J - - 2002
PURPOSE: Sacral neuromodulation is effective for lower urinary tract dysfunction. However, despite its increasing use and a preponderance of female patients treated to our knowledge its effect in pregnant women and developing fetuses remains unknown. Therefore, we obtained information on patients on sacral neuromodulation who then achieved pregnancy. MATERIALS AND ...
Axt-Fliedner R - - 2002
A massive cervicothoracal lymphangioma was diagnosed in a fetus at 25 weeks of gestation. On ultrasound study, the mass showed septated, cystic components and extended from the right submandibular region to the right anterolateral thoracic wall including the right axilla and right scapula. Close sonographic follow-up revealed an increase in ...
Saisto T - - 2001
OBJECTIVE: To compare intensive and conventional therapy for severe fear of childbirth. METHODS: In Finland, 176 women who had fear of childbirth were randomly assigned at the 26th gestational week to have either intensive therapy (mean 3.8 +/- 1.0 sessions with obstetrician and one with midwife) or conventional therapy (mean ...
Ruano R - - 2001
BACKGROUND: Papillary adenocarcinomas are rare tumors of the gastrointestinal tract. There are few reports of this neoplasm diagnosed during pregnancy. CASE: A case of adenocarcinoma of the papilla of Vater was diagnosed by sonographically guided biopsy during pregnancy. The patient underwent radical resection of the tumor at 25 weeks' gestation; ...
Axt-Fliedner R - - 2001
We report the course and outcome of a pregnancy involving a giant fetal neck teratoma which was diagnosed at 23 weeks of gestation. Sonographic surveillance of the fetal neck revealed continuing growth of the tumor with development of polyhydramnios. Three-dimensional ultrasound provided additional detailed information on the external extent of ...
Dob D P - - 2001
Forms were sent to members of the Obstetric Anaesthetists' Association requesting information on cardiorespiratory disease in pregnancy. Reports of 274 pregnancies in 259 women were received over four years (1997-2000). There were 83 valve lesions, 52 complex congenital heart disease, 112 miscellaneous heart disease and 27 respiratory disease. Half the ...
Monteagudo A - - 2001
OBJECTIVE: To apply an existing diagnostic imaging test (saline infusion sonohysterography) to characterize the "filling defect" of a previous cervical cesarean delivery scar in the nonpregnant uterus. METHODS: Forty-four patients with histories of cesarean delivery who underwent saline infusion sonohysterography for a variety of gynecologic indications were included. During the ...
Setayesh A R - - 2001
PURPOSE: The effect of position on the spread and the onset time of epidural anesthesia has not been well documented. This study was undertaken to assess the effect of modified Trendelenburg position on the spread of epidural anesthesia for Cesarean section. METHODS: Seven hundred thirty-nine parturients underwent epidural anesthesia for ...
Franko D L - - 2001
OBJECTIVE: This study reported pregnancy complications and neonatal outcomes for 49 live births in a group of women with eating disorders who were prospectively followed. METHOD: Subjects were recruited from 246 women participating in a longitudinal study of anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, now in its 12th year. Subjects were ...
Sheiner E - - 2001
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate obstetric risk factors associated with a failed trial of vacuum extraction and to assess its pregnancy outcome. STUDY DESIGN: All attempted vacuum extractions between the years 1990 and 1998 were identified, and a comparison of successful and failed trials of vacuum extraction in singleton, vertex deliveries was ...
Chauhan S P - - 2001
OBJECTIVE: We sought to describe the peripartum outcome of women weighing >300 pounds (135 kg) who were candidates for trial of labor after a prior cesarean delivery. STUDY DESIGN: All pregnant women who weighed in excess of 300 pounds and had a prior cesarean delivery were included in this prospective ...
Krasuski P - - 2001
A 28-year-old pregnant woman presented at 35 weeks' gestation to obstetric triage with vague abdominal symptoms, stable vital signs and a non-reassuring fetal heart rate. During Cesarean section, intraperitoneal hemorrhage was noted, secondary to spontaneous rupture of a liver hemangioma. We present the perioperative management of a patient with liver ...
d'Orsi E E Rua Liberato Carioni 406, Lagoa da Conceição CEP 88062220, SC, Florianópolis, Brazil. - - 2001
Identifying characteristics associated with vaginal birth after cesarean. Case-control study based on medical records. women with previous cesarean, who had delivered in a public Rio de Janeiro maternity hospital between 1992 and 1996. 141 cases (vaginal births after cesarean) and 304 controls (a new cesarean after other(s)). Multivariate analysis with ...
Espinoza J - - 2001
Pregnancy at high altitude is associated with maternal hypoxaemic hypoxia with resultant intervillus blood hypoxia. Maternal haemoglobin concentration and blood gases were measured in pregnant women in two cities in Peru; Lima at sea level (n=18) and Cerro de Pasco at 4300 metres above sea level (n=12). Following delivery, placental ...
Lawson C C - - 2001
STUDY OBJECTIVES: Due to the lack of consensus in the literature in the use of posteroanterior (PA) vs PA with right and left oblique views as the optimum radiograph surveillance methodology to investigate pleural changes, a study was undertaken to evaluate the reliability, sensitivity, and specificity of these two approaches. ...
Bais J M - - 2001
OBJECTIVE: To determine the clinical outcome of vaginal birth after caesarean section (VBAC) in a Dutch population with a low overall caesarean section (CS) rate of 6.5%. STUDY DESIGN: Prospective population based cohort study of 252 patients with a previous caesarean section (CS). Outcome parameters were trial of labour (TOL), ...
Myles T - - 2001
OBJECTIVE: To determine whether a vaginal birth of twins after a Cesarean section carried greater risk than for a singleton gestation as well as determining whether there was a similar likelihood of successful vaginal birth. METHODS: A retrospective study was carried out of all twin pregnancies in which vaginal birth ...
Gallo J L - - 2001
Primary appendicular adenocarcinoma is rare. We report an unusual mucinous appendicular adenocarcinoma during pregnancy. To our knowledge, this is the second reported case in the literature. A mucinous appendicular cystoadenocarcinoma was discovered unexpectedly and coincidentally during a cesarean section performed in term pregnancy. An appendectomy was simultaneously performed, followed by ...
Neuhaus W - - 2001
In the work presented here, obstetric management after a previous caesarean section was studied in a large patient group at the University Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics in Cologne from 1979 to 1995. Particular attention was given to the feared complication of uterine rupture. From a total of 15 166 ...
Fish J H JH - - 2001
The preservation of morphology and antigenicity can vary uncontrollably with human fetuses since these rely heavily on immediate fixation of the temporal bone following spontaneous abortion. Once good fixation is established, there is the question of the approach taken for morphologic and immunohistochemical studies. To achieve maximal preservation for the ...
Ferrie R - - 2001
We describe the case of a 31-year-old patient with pregnancy-induced hypertension who became breathless following an emergency caesarean section performed at 31 weeks' gestation. Initially, it was thought her symptoms were due to pulmonary oedema as a result of fluid overload, but there was little improvement with diuretic therapy. Further ...
Edwards G J - - 2001
It has traditionally been considered inappropriate for women to have an elective caesarean section on request in an uncomplicated pregnancy. In previous studies, female obstetricians and midwives have been questioned on their preferred mode of delivery. This study asked 344 women attending a routine antenatal booking clinic what mode of ...
De Carolis S - - 2001
OBJECTIVE: To determine whether myomectomy during pregnancy in selected patients improves outcome. METHODS: Retrospective analysis of 18 patients who underwent myomectomy between the 6th and 24th week of gestational age. Surgical management of tumors was required on the basis of the characteristics of the myomas and symptoms. The dimensions and ...
Haskins R D RD - - 2001
BACKGROUND: The natural history of uterine leiomyomas during pregnancy has been reported. CASE: A 39-year-old primigravida presented with vaginal spotting in the 10th week of pregnancy. Ultrasonic evaluation revealed a large intramural leiomyoma. Unsuccessful tocolysis at 25 weeks' gestation resulted in a cesarean section for breech presentation. At hysterotomy a ...
Davidson A P - - 2001
The use of uterine and fetal monitoring improves the outcome of canine obstetrics. Much of the guesswork of managing whelping can be eliminated. At normal term, absolute indications for cesarean section are detected with monitoring, before multiple fetal deaths or any serious maternal compromise occurs. Bitches with previous history of ...
Peng T C TC Department of Anesthesiology, Chang-Gung Memorial Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. - - 2001
Peripartum cardiomyopathy in the form of congestive heart disease of unknown etiology appears relatively rarely during the last month of pregnancy or within 5 months after delivery, and it is potentially life-threatening. This case report describes a 34-year-old female, G4P1, at 36 weeks' gestation who was admitted for cesarean section ...
Kwawukume E Y - - 2001
In developing countries, obstetric practice, including the performance of caesarean section, is complicated by problems that are no longer seen in developed countries. The various indications for caesarean section might be the same but the operation is often technically more difficult to perform in developing areas. Developing countries lack resources. ...
Beni-Adani L - - 2001
BACKGROUND: Even though vestibular schwannomas rarely present during pregnancy, symptoms may appear or worsen particularly in this period. The clinical picture may include tinnitus, hearing abnormalities, and in large tumors, brain-stem and cerebellar compression with involvement of additional cranial nerves. Large vestibular schwannomas (also known as Acoustic Neurinomas) present a ...
Jackson N - - 2001
The complications and recovery from caesarean section are dominated by the medical condition of the woman pre-operatively. Evidence regarding risks directly attributable to the caesarean section is scanty, and often derived from obstetric practice that differs from the current day. Mortality associated with the procedure is anything up to five ...
Harris L H - - 2001
Patient choice-informed consent and informed refusal-is an important ethical and legal principle in medicine. In pregnancy this issue is not straightforward: should a pregnant woman's autonomous choice be respected when she may cause fetal harm by declining recommended caesarean section? Should a pregnant women be free to choose elective caesarean ...
Zamorski M A - - 2001
Fetal macrosomia, arbitrarily defined as a birth weight of more than 4,000 g (8 lb, 13 oz) complicates more than 10 percent of all pregnancies in the United States. It is associated with increased risks of cesarean section and trauma to the birth canal and the fetus. Fetal macrosomia is ...
Irvine L. Montgomery - - 2001
To assess whether maternal request for elective caesarean section was in fact obstetrician driven a postal questionnaire was undertaken in the North Thames Region. One hundred and thirtyfour consultants who undertook NHS obstetrics replied to the questionnaire. Only one (0.8%) offered elective caesarean section to all women, and all suggested ...
McCarroll C P - - 2001
We describe a case of a 26 yr old primigravida at 39 weeks' gestation, with a diagnosis of peripartum cardiomyopathy, requiring urgent Caesarean section. The patient presented in severe heart failure and active labour. A general anaesthetic, using a target-controlled infusion of propofol and an intravenous infusion of remifentanil, was ...
Bretelle F - - 2001
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the management of vaginal delivery among women with two previous cesarean sections. The maternal and fetal morbidities of this attitude were studied. SETTING: University hospital. DESIGN: Retrospective study made over 6 years, from January 1st 1990 to December 31st 1995. PATIENTS: Among 180 patients with two uterine ...
Mandal N G - - 2001
We report a case of carbon monoxide (CO) intoxication in a pregnant woman who presented with acute non-specific symptoms and fetal distress. She was scheduled for urgent caesarean section but this was averted after consultation, advice and discussion from a National Poisons Centre, obstetricians and physicians managing the local hyperbaric ...
Castelo-Branco C - - 2001
Mycosis fungoides is a cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, a subgroup of non-Hodgkin's lymphomas, characterized by skin infiltration and occasionally systemic involvement. The association of pregnancy and mycosis fungoides has not been described previously. A case of mycosis fungoides, stage IVb, in a pregnant woman is reported. Prior to pregnancy, the patient ...
de Boer H D - - 2001
Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita is a rare genetic entity in which it is very important to involve anaesthetists early on to discuss the possible anaesthetic complications for both general or regional anaesthesia. A case is described of a patient with spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia and multifetal pregnancy in which successful epidural anaesthesia for ...
Grant A - - 2001
Elective caesarean delivery for women in preterm labour might reduce the chances of fetal or neonatal death, but it might also increase the risk of maternal morbidity. To assess the effects of a policy of elective caesarean delivery versus selective caesarean delivery for women in preterm labour. The Cochrane Pregnancy ...
Heller D S - - 2000
STUDY OBJECTIVE: To assess the accuracy of frozen section evaluation of uterine curettings to look for chorionic villi and rule out ectopic pregnancy before laparoscopy. DESIGN: Retrospective review (Canadian Task Force classification III). SETTING: Northeastern medical school-affiliated teaching hospital. PATIENTS: Thirty-six women. Intervention. Dilatation and curettage, laparoscopy, and laparotomy. MEASUREMENTS ...
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