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new research in medicine for gynaecological disease

Jessica McAlpine, Alicia Leon-Castillo, Tjalling Bosse
Endometrial cancer is a clinically heterogeneous disease and it is becoming increasingly clear that this heterogeneity may be a function of the diversity of the underlying molecular alterations. Recent large-scale genomic studies have revealed that endometrial cancer can be divided into at least four distinct molecular subtypes, with well-described underlying genomic aberrations. These subtypes can be reliably delineated and carry significant prognostic as well as predictive information; embracing and incorporating them into clinical practice is thus attractive...
April 2018: Journal of Pathology
Tadeusz Zajączkowski
The aim of the study is to present the development of hospital services and the teaching of medicine, and the development of urology in Danzig (Gdańisk). Well known Danzig surgeons who were interested in surgery of the genitourinary system are also presented. The beginning of urological surgery and its development within the framework of the department of surgery and as an independent facility at the Medical Academy of Gdafisk in the post-war period is also described. Extensive research was undertaken for the collection of literature and documents in German and Polish archives and libraries in order to prepare this study...
2014: Annales Academiae Medicae Stetinensis
Dipti Potdar, R R Hirwani, Sivakami Dhulap
In the recent years, the interest and research in medicinal plants have increased in a great deal. Ayurvedic medicines and formulations developed from ancient Indian herbal systems are renowned for their various important applications. Berberis aristata - an Indian medicinal plant, which belongs to the family Berberidaceae is an ayurvedic herb used since ancient times. It is also known as Indian berberi, Daruharidra, Daruhaldi, Darvi and Chitra. The plant is useful as anti-pyretic, anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, anti-hepatotoxic, anti-hyperglycaemic, anti-cancer, anti-oxidant and anti-lipidemic agent...
July 2012: Fitoterapia
L Minár, D Petrovová, J Kümmel
OBJECTIVE: Information sheet about cancer of endometrium as the most frequently gynecological malignant tumor. DESIGN: Literature review with case reports. SETTING: Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk's University and Faculty Hospital, Brno. METHODS: Literature review about cancer of endometrium with illustrative case reports. CONCLUSIONS: Cancer of endometrium is the most frequently malignant tumor of female reproductive organs in developed countries...
October 2009: Ceská Gynekologie
K E Rogstad, I H Ahmed-Jushuf, A J Robinson
This document is a first response to the need to develop sexual health services for young people on a single site whilst awaiting research from pilot studies of 'one stop shops' suggested in the Sexual Health and HIV strategy. It is a document which is intended to be a tool to use for those wishing to set up a service providing testing for sexually transmitted infections and provision of contraceptive services for those under 25 years. It is not intended that such a service would replace existing specialist or general practice care but complement it, allowing clients to choose the service most appropriate and acceptable to them, with close links and clear pathways of care for referral between services...
June 2002: International Journal of STD & AIDS
J H Soutoul, F Pierre
Difficult new medical and professional ethical problems have arisen by an increase in the number of patients refusing blood transfusion or the use of blood derivatives because of religious convictions. In particular Jehovah's Witnesses and patients frightened of catching AIDS and other diseases transmitted by blood are involved. Because of this it is necessary to consider how to prevent legal actions which may be brought under the heading of "death by negligence or by failing to give correct treatment for a patient in danger", particularly when the case is of death that could be connected with failure to resuscitate a patient where the basic treatment would be giving blood...
1988: Journal de Gynécologie, Obstétrique et Biologie de la Reproduction
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