World Journal of Gynecology & Womens Health

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EISSN : 26416247
Current Publisher: Iris Publishers (10.33552)
Total articles ≅ 73
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World Journal of Gynecology & Womens Health; doi:10.33552/wjgwh

Abstract:
World Journal of Gynecology & Womens Health is a peer reviewed open access journal promotes scientific work in the spectrum of gynecology & womens health. The journal welcomes submissions on reproductive health and medicine, gynecological disorders, reproductive toxicology, pathological and endocrinological and molecular Mechanisms in womens, breast cancer, Contraception, Pelvic and bladder health and its disorders, Reproductive Infectious diseases, etc and many more aspects of the journal scope.
Oa Melkozerova, Orazov Мr, Radzinsky Ve, Balan Ve, Khamoshina Мв, Toktar Lr, Smetnik Aa
World Journal of Gynecology & Womens Health, Volume 4, pp 1-10; doi:10.33552/wjgwh.2020.04.000581

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Incidence of uterine fibroid tumours increases as women grow older, and they may occur in more than 30% of women 40-60 years of age [1].
Orazov Мr, Radzinsky Ve, Balan Ve, Khamoshina Мв, Toktar Lr, Smetnik Aa
World Journal of Gynecology & Womens Health, Volume 3, pp 1-7; doi:10.33552/wjgwh.2020.03.000575

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Incidence of uterine fibroid tumours increases as women grow older, and they may occur in more than 30% of women 40-60 years of age [1].
Sofoudis Chrisostomos, Dedoulis Evangelos, Zioris Konstantinos
World Journal of Gynecology & Womens Health, Volume 3, pp 1-4; doi:10.33552/wjgwh.2020.03.000574

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Incidence of uterine fibroid tumours increases as women grow older, and they may occur in more than 30% of women 40-60 years of age [1].
Valentina Gnetetskaya, Ekaterina Kuznetsova, Yulia Tarasova, Mark Kurtser
World Journal of Gynecology & Womens Health, Volume 3, pp 1-5; doi:10.33552/wjgwh.2020.03.000573

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Adolescent females with sickle cell disease face unique challenges related to menstruation, contraception, and reproduction. Not only does pregnancy pose higher maternal morbidity and mortality risks in these patients [1], but hydroxyurea, a commonly used treatment for the disease is teratogenic [2].
Brittany N Robles, Luz M Cardenas, Moez Sumar, Lucia Gonzalez, Lesley Hall, Giovanna Ramirez Barbieri, Daniel Faustin, Ralph Ruggiero
World Journal of Gynecology & Womens Health, Volume 3, pp 1-6; doi:10.33552/wjgwh.2020.03.000572

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Adolescent females with sickle cell disease face unique challenges related to menstruation, contraception, and reproduction. Not only does pregnancy pose higher maternal morbidity and mortality risks in these patients [1], but hydroxyurea, a commonly used treatment for the disease is teratogenic [2].
Ahmed M Abbas, Mariam Lotfy, Zakia M Ibrahim, Sherehan M Alkeplawy, Khaled A Atwa
World Journal of Gynecology & Womens Health, Volume 3, pp 1-5; doi:10.33552/wjgwh.2020.03.000570

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Embryo implantation occurs at the fallopian tubes, namely tubal pregnancy, is the major pattern of ectopic pregnancy. Laparoscopic salpingectomy and salpingotomy are the common ways to treat tubal pregnancies based on the damage degree of the tubes. Repeated ectopic pregnancies after unilateral or bilateral salpingectomy are rare reported but not uncommon in assisted reproductive technology (ART).
Eduardo Félix Martins Santana, Ayana Grahama, Nancy Sokkary
World Journal of Gynecology & Womens Health, Volume 3, pp 1-3; doi:10.33552/wjgwh.2020.03.000571

Abstract:
Adolescent females with sickle cell disease face unique challenges related to menstruation, contraception, and reproduction. Not only does pregnancy pose higher maternal morbidity and mortality risks in these patients [1], but hydroxyurea, a commonly used treatment for the disease is teratogenic [2].
Ahmed M Abbas, Shaimaa A Khalaf, Elham M Ahmed, Rabaa H Hassanen, Ahmed A Youssef
World Journal of Gynecology & Womens Health, Volume 3, pp 1-7; doi:10.33552/wjgwh.2020.03.000569

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Embryo implantation occurs at the fallopian tubes, namely tubal pregnancy, is the major pattern of ectopic pregnancy. Laparoscopic salpingectomy and salpingotomy are the common ways to treat tubal pregnancies based on the damage degree of the tubes. Repeated ectopic pregnancies after unilateral or bilateral salpingectomy are rare reported but not uncommon in assisted reproductive technology (ART).
Juana Hutchinson-Colas, Leah Goldberg, Aileen Baffo
World Journal of Gynecology & Womens Health, Volume 3, pp 1-5; doi:10.33552/wjgwh.2020.03.000568

Abstract:
Embryo implantation occurs at the fallopian tubes, namely tubal pregnancy, is the major pattern of ectopic pregnancy. Laparoscopic salpingectomy and salpingotomy are the common ways to treat tubal pregnancies based on the damage degree of the tubes. Repeated ectopic pregnancies after unilateral or bilateral salpingectomy are rare reported but not uncommon in assisted reproductive technology (ART).
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