As of now, the most common method of teaching cervical examinations for women during labor includes medical students performing an examination before or after the teacher performs the same analysis. This way of teaching has the possibility to increase patient discomfort or anxiety. Additionally, prior studies have shown poor reliability with this method of instruction.
Monthly Archives / September 2016
Surgical advancements have made it possible to bring one uterus through three generations. The following describes the uterus transplantation surgery, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) procedures and the pregnancy outcomes of this unique birth of a healthy baby boy. This birth also represents the second successful birth ever after human uterus transplantation. Uterus Transplantation (UTx) In
Since stroke is rare in women of child-bearing age, there is not a large pool of data regarding women with a history of stroke who become pregnant. However, the risk of recurrent ischemic stroke is likely low. In one review, 441 women with a history of ischemic stroke were evaluated (373 with arterial ischemic stroke