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(Parry disease)
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  • Hysteroscopy and why macroscopic uterine factors matter for fertility. [Review]
    Fertil Steril 2019; 112(2):203-210Parry JP, Isaacson KB
  • For humans, the uterus is their first home. Accurate evaluation and effective therapy are central to optimizing the conditions for implantation and sustained pregnancy. For macroscopic intracavitary disease, hysteroscopy remains the gold standard for diagnosis and treatment. We review the role of hysteroscopy before fertility therapies. We also address intracavitary pathologies and their relevanc…
  • Barriers to implementation of stratified care in primary biliary cholangitis: a scoping exercise. [Review]
    BMJ Open Gastroenterol 2019; 6(1):e000226Corrigan M, Hirschfield G, … Parry J
  • Patients with primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) can be stratified into low-risk and high-risk groups based on their response to treatment. Newly published guidelines from the British Society of Gastroenterology suggest low-risk patients can be managed substantially in primary care. This represents a shift from existing practice and makes assumptions about service capacity and the willingness of b…
  • Inadvertent excision of malignant soft tissue tumours. [Review]
    EFORT Open Rev 2019; 4(6):321-329Grimer R, Parry M, James S
  • Inadvertent excision of lumps which turn out to be sarcomas is not uncommon.Imaging has a limited role in detecting microscopic residual disease but can show the extent of the previous surgical field.Standard treatment is wide re-excision, usually combined with radiotherapy.Residual tumour is found in an average of 50% of reported cases.The presence of residual disease is an adverse prognostic fa…
  • Parry-Romberg syndrome in Kuwait. Neurological manifestations in 2 children. [Journal Article]
    Saudi Med J 2019; 40(7):721-726Zakkiriah M, Al Khalaf MK, … Al Enezi S
  • Parry-Romberg syndrome is a rare disorder with progressive hemifacial atrophy of unknown etiology. We reported 2 cases of progressive hemifacial atrophy with different neurological manifestations from Kuwait. The first case was a 14-year-old boy who initially presented with recurrent transient stroke-like episodes followed by focal seizures and hemifacial atrophy. Magnetic resonance imaging showe…
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