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Screening for bacterial vaginosis to prevent preterm birth
Comment to a case report in this issue of Acta regarding placenta previa percreta
Effect of urinary trypsin inhibitor on potassium currents
Inhibitory effects of SR 49059 on oxytocin-and vasopressin-induced uterine contractions in non-pregnant women
Norepinephrine, adrenocorticotropin, cortisol and beta-endorphin in women suffering from fear of labor
Cost-effectiveness of screening and treatment for bacterial vaginosis in early pregnancy among women at low risk for preterm birth
Second- and third-trimester serum levels of placental proteins in preeclampsia and small-for-gestational age pregnancies
Repeated random blood glucose measurements as universal screening test for gestational diabetes mellitus
Mode of delivery in pregnancies with suspected fetal growth restriction following induction of labor with vaginal prostaglandin E2
The Kola Birth Registry and perinatal mortality in Mončegorsk, Russia
Obstetric outcomes after cervical ripening by multiple doses of vaginal prostaglandin E2
Maternal risks and perinatal outcome in a Danish national cohort of 1005 twin pregnancies
The influence of body mass index on the prevalence of complications after vaginal and abdominal hysterectomy
Management of postmenopausal bleeding in Sweden
Radiotherapy at a young age reduces uterine volume of childhood cancer survivors
Dietary supplementation with L-arginine or placebo in women with pre-eclampsia
Unsuccessful medical treatment of cesarean scar ectopic pregnancy with systemic methotrexate
Cervical pregnancy after in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer successfully treated with methotrexate and intracervical injection of vasopressin
Spontaneous uterine rupture following intercourse
Cesarean section by transfundal approach for placenta previa percreta attached to anterior uterine wall in a woman with a previous repeat cesarean section
First trimester inhibin-A concentrations and later development of preeclampsia
Obstetric dilemma in an ovarian cancer patient