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Presentation of a Previous Cesarean Scar Ectopic Pregnancy with Hypovolemic Shock

Malihe Hasanzadeh; Mina Baradaran Khalkhale; Akram Behroznia

Volume 2, Issue 2 , May and June 2017

Abstract
  Introduction: The prevalence of ectopic pregnancy is 1 to 2% and a previous cesarean section scar ectopic pregnancy or hysterectomy occurs as rare as 1 per 2000 pregnancies. In the current case report, the authors introduced ectopic pregnancy in cesarean scar with unstable hemodynamic condition and surgical ...  Read More

The Effect of a Ten-Week Aerobic Training on Atherogenic Indices, Lipid Profile, and Body Composition in Postmenopausal Women with Type II Diabetes

Bouhlol Ghorbanian; Yousef Saberi

Volume 2, Issue 2 , May and June 2017

Abstract
  Background: Atherogenic indices are among risk factors of diabetes which can cause cardiovascular diseases. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of a 10-week aerobic training on atherogenic indices, lipid profile, and body composition in women with type II diabetes. Methods: In this ...  Read More

Comparing Maternal and Neonatal Side Effects of Natural Vaginal Delivery under Neuro-Axial Analgesia with Usual Vaginal Delivery and Cesarean Section: A Primary Single Center Study

Soodabeh Darvish; Koorosh Etemad; Azar Mosaheb; Ghasem Yazdanpanah

Volume 2, Issue 2 , May and June 2017

Abstract
  Objectives: This study aimed to compare maternal and neonatal side effects of natural vaginal delivery (NVD) under neuro-axial analgesia with usual NVD and C-section. Methods: In this single center prospective cohort study, deliveries carried out in a 7 months’ period were evaluated after getting ...  Read More

Assessment of Perimenopausal Bleeding Using Three-Dimensional Hysterography, Hysteroscopy, and Histopathology

Waleed El-Khayat; Fatmafaisal Ibraheem; Amal Mohsen Ahmed; Ashraf Abdelrahman Ramadan; Sara E Khalifa; Mohammed Faisal Ebrahim

Volume 2, Issue 2 , May and June 2017

Abstract
  Background: Abnormal uterine bleeding is a very common gynecological problem, especially in perimenopausal women. Intracavitary lesions have been reported in more than 40% of the referred patients. Objectives: To compare the diagnostic accuracy of 3-dimensional sonohysterography (3D-SHG) versus hysteroscopy ...  Read More

Investigating the Association of Lower Uterine Segment Involvement with Deep Myometrial Invasion in Endometrial Adenocarcinoma

Soheila Aminimoghaddam; Ghazal Kamyabi; Fariba Yarandi; Soghra Zarei

Volume 2, Issue 2 , May and June 2017

Abstract
  Background: Endometrial carcinoma is the most common cancer of the female genitalia and its prevalence is 2% to 3% along the females’ lifetime. This adenocarcinoma is diagnosed in the early stages because the patients become symptomatic early in the course of disease. The correlation of the lower ...  Read More

The Effect of Vitagnus on Menopausal Symptoms

Zinat Ghanbari; Tahereh Foroughifar; Jayran Zebardast; Samrand Salimi; Saman Tootoonchi; Sara Shabihkhani; Mahnaz Mokhtari Garakani; Tayebeh Forooghifar

Volume 2, Issue 2 , May and June 2017

Abstract
  Background: It seems that some herbal medicines such as sage or vitagnus traditionally used as treatment agents are effective on menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes; therefore, the current study aimed at assessing the effect of vitagnus on menopausal symptoms. Methods: The current study was a ...  Read More

Correlation of 4 Hour Urine Samples with 24-Hour Urine Samples for the Diagnosis of Preeclampsia

Zahra Shahraki; Khadije Rezaie Keikhaie; Nooshin Amjadi; Zohrehsadat Hashemi Bonjar; Hosseinali Jahantigh; Fatemeh Doosti; Mahboobeh Shirazi

Volume 2, Issue 2 , May and June 2017

Abstract
  Background: Preeclampsia is one of the causes of maternal and prenatal mortality and morbidity. The 24-hour urine sample is considered as a gold standard for preeclampsia diagnosis and shortening the time of urine collection will result in the patients’ convenience and shorter hospitalization. ...  Read More

A Review of Recent Findings for Obstetricians about Combined Oral Contraceptive Pills

Soheila Aminimoghaddam

Volume 2, Issue 2 , May and June 2017

Abstract
  Combined oral contraceptive pills (OCPs) contain estrogen (ethinylestradiol) and progesterone (first-generation levonorgestrel and fourth-generation drospirenone). Progesterone has peripheral effects on the endometrium, fallopian tubes, and cervix and can promote contraception. These pills are used to ...  Read More