BJOG Editor's Choice
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Serous and mucinous borderline ovarian tumours: differences in clinical presentation, high-risk histopathological features, and lethal recurrence rates
Borderline ovarian tumours: a continuing conundrum?
Does oral carbohydrate supplementation improve labour outcome? A systematic review and individual patient data meta-analysis
Can extra carbs improve perinatal outcomes?
Antenatal care for healthy pregnant women: a mapping of interventions from existing guidelines to inform the development of new WHO guidance on antenatal care
What matters to women: a systematic scoping review to identify the processes and outcomes of antenatal care provision that are important to healthy pregnant women
Antenatal and postnatal care: a review of innovative models for improving availability, accessibility, acceptability and quality of services in low-resource settings
Barriers and enablers to integrating maternal and child health services to antenatal care in low and middle income countries
Content and quality – integrated, holistic, one-stop antenatal care is needed for all
Wide differences in mode of delivery within Europe: risk-stratified analyses of aggregated routine data from the Euro-Peristat study
Are pregnant women's obstetric care preferences contemplated in a provider-dominated maternity care system?
How useful are national caesarean section rates for monitoring quality of perinatal care?
Lipid changes throughout pregnancy according to pre-pregnancy BMI: results from a prospective cohort
Maternal pre-pregnancy BMI: harbinger of late-pregnancy maternal lipid profile
The effects of single-dose dexamethasone on inflammatory response and pain after uterine artery embolisation for symptomatic fibroids or adenomyosis: a randomised controlled study
Effects of antenatal exercise in overweight and obese pregnant women on maternal and perinatal outcomes: a randomised controlled trial
During surgery on the awake patient, further consent is needed before any change in the planned procedure can be made
Invasive therapies for primary postpartum haemorrhage: a population-based study in France
Oxytocin and arterial embolisation: use or overuse?
THE BLUE JOURNAL CLUB
Prolonged second stage of labour, maternal infectious disease, urinary retention and other complications in the early postpartum period
A prolonged second stage should prompt increased vigilance for postpartum maternal complications
The influence of the location and extent of intrauterine adhesions on recurrence after hysteroscopic adhesiolysis
Lysis of mid-uterine central adhesions has lower recurrence risk
An economic evaluation of outpatient versus inpatient polyp treatment for abnormal uterine bleeding
From OR to office: a cost-effective move
Advances in laparoscopic surgery have made vaginal hysterectomy in the absence of prolapse obsolete: FOR: The laparoscopic approach is suitable for almost all hysterectomies
AGAINST: Vaginal hysterectomy remains the optimum route of surgery
Effect of postpartum pelvic floor muscle training on vaginal symptoms and sexual dysfunction—secondary analysis of a randomised trial
Postpartum pelvic therapy and sexual function
Re: Maternal outcomes at 3 months after planned caesarean section versus planned vaginal birth for twin pregnancies in the Twin Birth Study: a randomised controlled trial : Counselling is difficult when outcomes are associated with mode of delivery and not the plan of mode of delivery
Maternal outcomes at 3 months after planned caesarean section versus planned vaginal birth for twin pregnancies in the Twin Birth Study: a randomised controlled trial
Re: Laparoscopic radical abdominal trachelectomy for the management of stage IB1 cervical cancer at 14 weeks' gestation: case report and review of the literature
Laparoscopic radical abdominal trachelectomy for the management of stage IB1 cervical cancer at 14 weeks gestation: case report and review of the literature
A report from #BlueJC: Are invasive therapies for primary postpartum haemorrhage effective?
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