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  • Management of Skull Base Tumors in the Obstetric Population: a Case Series. [Journal Article]
  • WNWorld Neurosurg 2018 Feb 14
  • Priddy BH, Otto BA, … Prevedello DM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Management of a symptomatic tumor during pregnancy requires balancing the potential to cure the mother and to harm the fetus. Trimester of pregnancy is the most critical factor in evaluating the need for urgent management. Surgery during the second trimester is the optimal time, as it is associated with the least risk for spontaneous abortion or preterm birth. The first and third trimesters are associated with increased risk of miscarriage and preterm labor respectively. Induction of labor for preterm delivery, followed by surgery, may be appropriate in early third trimester. Nonetheless, any pregnant woman with an emergent presentation should be offered surgery, regardless of trimester.
  • Severity and management of postabortion complications among women in Zimbabwe, 2016: a cross-sectional study. [Journal Article]
  • BOBMJ Open 2018 02 10; 8(2):e019658
  • Madziyire MG, Polis CB, … Chipato T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Zimbabwean women experience considerable abortion-related morbidity, particularly young, rural or less educated women. Abortion-related morbidity and concomitant mortality could be reduced in Zimbabwe by liberalising the abortion law, providing PAC in primary health centres, and training nurses to use medical evacuation with misoprostol and MVA. Regular in-service training on PAC guidelines with follow-up audits are needed to ensure compliance and availability of equipment, supplies and trained staff.
  • Trajectory of vitamin D status during pregnancy in relation to neonatal birth size and fetal survival: a prospective cohort study. [Journal Article]
  • BPBMC Pregnancy Childbirth 2018 Feb 13; 18(1):51
  • Bärebring L, Bullarbo M, … Augustin H
  • CONCLUSIONS: Vitamin D deficiency in late pregnancy was associated with higher odds of SGA and LBW. Lower 25OHD in early pregnancy was only associated with pregnancy loss. Vitamin D status trajectory from early to late pregnancy was inversely associated with SGA, LBW and preterm delivery with the lowest odds among women with the highest increment in 25OHD. Thus, both higher vitamin D status in late pregnancy and gestational vitamin D status trajectory can be suspected to play a role in healthy pregnancy.
  • Pregnancy decision-making in women with multiple sclerosis treated with natalizumab: I: Fetal risks. [Journal Article]
  • NeurNeurology 2018 Feb 07
  • Portaccio E, Annovazzi P, … MS Study Group of the Italian Neurological Society
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our results showed that natalizumab exposure to up 12 weeks of gestation is associated with an increased risk of SA, although within the limits expected in the general population, whereas the risk of CA needs further investigation. Taking into account the high risk of disease reactivation after natalizumab suspension, pregnancy could be planned continuing natalizumab while strictly monitoring conception.
  • The Status of Genetic Screening in Recurrent Pregnancy Loss. [Review]
  • OGObstet Gynecol Clin North Am 2018; 45(1):143-154
  • Kaser D
  • Recurrent pregnancy loss is often idiopathic, but numerical and structural chromosomal abnormalities constitute an important cause. Numerical chromosomal abnormalities in the conceptus are primarily ...
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