(cervical incompetence) articles in PubMed
- Laparoscopic Cerclage for Prevention of Recurrent Pregnancy Loss Due to Cervical Incompetence. [Journal Article]
- J Minim Invasive Gynecol 2015 Nov-Dec; 22(6S):S201JM
- Recurrence of second trimester miscarriage and extreme preterm delivery at 16 to 27 weeks of gestation with a focus on cervical insufficiency and prophylactic cerclage. [Journal Article]
- Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand 2016 Sep 24AO
- CONCLUSIONS: The overall recurrence rate of second trimester miscarriage or extreme preterm delivery was 7%, but differed significantly by phenotype. The highest rate, 28%, was found in cervical insufficiency, and prophylactic cerclage was associated with a significant reduction in recurrence. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
- Familial deletion of the HOXA gene cluster associated with Hand-Foot-Genital syndrome and phenotypic variability. [Journal Article]
- Am J Med Genet A 2016 Sep 20AJ
- Hand-Foot-Genital syndrome is a rare autosomal dominant condition characterized by distal limb anomalies and urogenital malformations. This disorder is associated with loss-of-function mutations in t...
Hand-Foot-Genital syndrome is a rare autosomal dominant condition characterized by distal limb anomalies and urogenital malformations. This disorder is associated with loss-of-function mutations in the HOXA13 gene. HOXA13 plays an important role in the development of distal limbs and lower genitourinary tract of the fetus. We report a novel familial 589 kb deletion in the 7p15.2 region identified in a male toddler and his mother. The proband had severe penoscrotal hypospadias, mild skeletal anomalies of the hands and feet, cardiac, renal, and gastrointestinal anomalies. His mother had a bicornuate uterus, cervical incompetence, and minor anomalies of her hands and feet. This family was found to have the smallest reported deletion of 7p15.2 to date, and presented with features typical of Hand-Foot-Genital syndrome in the mother, but much more severe phenotype in her son. This deletion included the entire HOXA cluster in addition to the SKAP2 and EVX1 genes. An RT-PCR analysis was performed to determine the expression of the HOXA genes in the proband and to explore a parent-of-origin effect. Our expression studies did not support the hypothesis of an imprinted status of the HOXA2, HOXA3, HOXA5, and HOXA11 genes in peripheral blood. To our knowledge, this is the first familial 7p15.2 deletion. This family raises possibility for sexual dimorphism as a mechanism for phenotypic variability in patients with the HOXA gene cluster deletions. © 2016 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
- EP18.11: Prenatal diagnosis of caput succedaneum associated with cervical incompetence at 16 weeks. [Journal Article]
- Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2016; 48 Suppl 1:348UO
- Comparative assessment of arabin pessary, cervical cerclage and medical management for preterm birth prevention in high-risk pregnancies. [Journal Article]
- J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med 2016 Sep 9; :1-6JM
- CONCLUSIONS: The use of Arabin pessary compbined with progesterone reduces the rate of infectious complications and bleeding during pregnancy and the postpartum period.
- Successful term delivery cases of trans-abdominal cervicoisthmic cerclage performed at more than 18 weeks of gestation. [Journal Article]
- Obstet Gynecol Sci 2016; 59(4):319-22OG
- A 38-year-old nulliparous woman was referred to our clinic because of cervical incompetence at 19 weeks of gestation. Trans-abdominal cervicoisthmic cerclage was performed after failure of modified S...
A 38-year-old nulliparous woman was referred to our clinic because of cervical incompetence at 19 weeks of gestation. Trans-abdominal cervicoisthmic cerclage was performed after failure of modified Shirodkar cerclage operation in the patient at 21 weeks of gestation via a laparotomic approach. Another 38-year-old patient, who underwent loop electrosurgical excision procedure conization for treatment of cervical dysplasia 4 years ago, presented for cervical incompetence. At 18 weeks of gestation, we performed trans-abdominal laparotomic cervicoisthmic cerclage without any post-operative complications. During antenatal follow-up, there were no obstetrical co-morbidities and finally she gave birth to a healthy infant at full term by cesarean section. We report two cases of women who underwent trans-abdominal cervicoisthmic cerclage surgery because of cervical incompetence as they were not suitable for transvaginal cervical cerclage. Both patients successfully maintained their pregnancy until full term after undergoing transabdominal cervicoisthmic cerclage at more than 18 weeks of gestation.
- Severe Hemoperitoneum During Pregnancy with Obstructed Hemivagina and Ipsilateral Renal Anomaly Syndrome: A Case Report. [Case Reports]
- J Reprod Med 2016 May-Jun; 61(5-6):290-4JR
- CONCLUSIONS: Pregnancies with Müllerian tract anomalies are rare, and severe hemoperitoneum during pregnancy can be life-threatening for both the mother and fetus. Therefore, clinicians should keep a diagnosis of acute hemoperitoneum in mind in the management of pregnancies complicated by OHVIRA syndrome.
- The provocative radiographic traction test for diagnosing craniocervical dissociation: a cadaveric biomechanical study and reappraisal of the pathogenesis of instability. [Journal Article]
- Spine J 2016; 16(9):1116-23SJ
- CONCLUSIONS: The current knowledge base of craniocervical injuries is very limited. This study shows that the key restraints to craniocervical instability are the alar ligaments, tectorial membrane, and the atlantooccipital joint capsules. Dissociation requires the complete incompetence of all three. The craniocervical traction test reliably demonstrates instability and requires no more than 5-10 lb of traction to perform.
- Prolonged progesterone administration is associated with less frequent cervicovaginal colonization by Ureaplasma urealyticum during pregnancy - Results of a pilot study. [Journal Article]
- J Reprod Immunol 2016; 116:35-41JR
- CONCLUSIONS: Our results demonstrate the beneficial effects of progesterone administration in reducing the incidence of cervicovaginal colonization by Ureaplasma urealyticum.
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- Simplified laparoscopic cervical cerclage after failure of vaginal suture: technique and results of a consecutive series of 100 cases. [Journal Article]
- Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 2016; 201:146-50EJ
- CONCLUSIONS: The simpliﬁed laparoscopic cervical cerclage is a simple, safe, and effective procedure for the treatment of cervical incompetence which had previously failed to benefit from vaginal cervical cerclage.