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(Medical Emergencies)
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  • MRI of Acute Gynecologic Conditions. [Journal Article]
    J Magn Reson Imaging 2019Somberg Gunther M, Kanmaniraja D, … Chernyak V
  • Although usually not a first-line imaging modality in the setting of acute pelvic pain, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is able to depict and characterize a wide range gynecologic diagnoses with high accuracy. Lack of ionizing radiation renders MRI particularly useful for assessment of pregnant women and children. Furthermore, inherent high soft-tissue resolution of MRI allows accurate diagnosis…
  • Prevalence of unwanted pregnancy among Iranian women: an updated meta-analysis. [Journal Article]
    BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 2019; 19(1):491Sayehmiri K, Ebtekar F, … Gheshlagh RG
  • CONCLUSIONS: More than one-fourth of pregnancies among Iranian women are unwanted. Providing training programs for couples who do not plan to have children along with the support policies aimed at stimulating population growth, can be an important step in overcoming the issue of unwanted pregnancy and reducing the illegal abortions related to it.
  • Welfare Checks and Therapeutic Risk Management. [Journal Article]
    J Psychiatr Pract 2019; 25(6):470-474Wortzel HS, Barnes SM, … Allen MH
  • In clinical practice, welfare checks have become a fairly common aspect of suicide prevention. At the same time, the medical literature provides almost no guidance to inform clinicians under what circumstances welfare checks should be requested, how best to go about placing those requests, or how to document decision-making related to this important subject. Literature searches spanning both PubM…
  • Urologic In-Flight Medical Events on Commercial Airlines. [Journal Article]
    J Urol 2019; :101097JU0000000000000690Hancock J, Sui W, … Hsi RS
  • CONCLUSIONS: The most common causes of urologic IME are lower urinary tract symptoms, urinary retention and renal colic - the majority of which resolved in-flight. These data are useful for informing flight personnel and equipment needs contained in emergency kits to minimize the impact of these events when they occur.
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