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Evidence quality in clinical guidelines: a comparison of two methods
A comparison of postoperative pain after transumbilical single-port access and conventional three-port total laparoscopic hysterectomy: a randomized controlled trial
Can we improve the prediction of pouch of Douglas obliteration in women with suspected endometriosis using ultrasound-based models? A multicenter prospective observational study
Serum anti-Müllerian hormone in subfertile women
The influence of sperm motility and cryopreservation on the treatment outcome after intracytoplasmic sperm injection following testicular sperm extraction
Surgical methods for tubal pregnancy – effects on ovarian response to controlled stimulation during IVF
Informed choice about Down syndrome screening – effect of an eHealth tool: a randomized controlled trial
Maternal and neonatal outcomes of pregnancy in women with chronic hypertension: a retrospective analysis of a national register
Learning about maternal death and grief in the profession: a pilot qualitative study
The contribution of massive fetomaternal hemorrhage to antepartum stillbirth: a 25-year cross-sectional study
Effect of maternal position and uterine activity on periodic maternal heart rate changes before elective cesarean section at term
Recurrence of gestational diabetes in primiparous women
Risk for girls can be adversely affected post-term due to underestimation of gestational age by ultrasound in the second trimester
Surgical management of abnormally invasive placenta: a retrospective cohort study demonstrating the benefits of a standardized operative approach
Neonatal outcomes after the obstetric near-miss events uterine rupture, abnormally invasive placenta and emergency peripartum hysterectomy – prospective data from the 2009–2011 Finnish NOSS study
Regarding “the first cut is the deepest”
Reply “Vaginal rejuvenation”: comparative effectiveness studies are needed
On the role of competent ligaments in vaginal surgery, pelvic floor and sexual function
Regarding “On the role of competent ligaments…”
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