OBSTETRICS

Open vs minimally invasive radical trachelectomy in early-stage cervical cancer: International Radical Trachelectomy Assessment Study

Feb 23, 2022 by in OBSTETRICS Comments Off on Open vs minimally invasive radical trachelectomy in early-stage cervical cancer: International Radical Trachelectomy Assessment Study

Background Minimally invasive radical trachelectomy has emerged as an alternative to open radical hysterectomy for patients with early-stage cervical cancer desiring future fertility. Recent data suggest worse oncologic outcomes after…

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Cost-effectiveness of agents used for evaluation of ureteral patency during intraoperative cystoscopy in gynecologic and urogynecologic surgery

Feb 23, 2022 by in OBSTETRICS Comments Off on Cost-effectiveness of agents used for evaluation of ureteral patency during intraoperative cystoscopy in gynecologic and urogynecologic surgery

Background Intraoperative evaluation of ureteral patency is often performed in gynecologic and urogynecologic surgery. Many agents are used to help assess the patency, each with its own associated cost, ease…

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Association between the urogenital microbiome and surgical treatment response in women undergoing midurethral sling operation for mixed urinary incontinence

Feb 23, 2022 by in OBSTETRICS Comments Off on Association between the urogenital microbiome and surgical treatment response in women undergoing midurethral sling operation for mixed urinary incontinence

Background The urogenital microbiome is associated with urgency and mixed urinary incontinence symptoms and differential treatment responses to pharmacotherapy for urgency urinary incontinence. Objective This study aimed to describe whether…

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The optimal strategy for pertussis vaccination: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized control trials and real-world data

Feb 23, 2022 by in OBSTETRICS Comments Off on The optimal strategy for pertussis vaccination: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized control trials and real-world data

Objective Severe pertussis infection has been reported in infants before receiving routine immunization series. This problem could be solved by vaccinating mothers during pregnancy or children at birth. This study…

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Longitudinal effects of adjuvant chemotherapy and lymph node staging on patient-reported outcomes in endometrial cancer survivors: a prospective cohort study

Feb 23, 2022 by in OBSTETRICS Comments Off on Longitudinal effects of adjuvant chemotherapy and lymph node staging on patient-reported outcomes in endometrial cancer survivors: a prospective cohort study

Background Most patients with endometrial cancer with localized disease are effectively treated and survive for a long time. The primary treatment is hysterectomy, to which surgical staging procedures may be…

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