- Reliability and reversibility of female sterilisation. // British Medical Journal;12/23/78, Vol. 2 Issue 6154, p1734
Focuses on the reliability and reversibility of female sterilization in Great Britain. Failure rate of Pomeroy operation; Requirement for the technique of laparoscopy; Use of various occlusive devices.
- Failed laparoscopic clip sterilisation. Kenney, A.; de Vere, R.D.; Jass, J.R. // British Medical Journal;9/1/1979, Vol. 2 Issue 6189, p526
Examines the incidence of laparoscopic clip sterilization failure in Great Britain. Shrinkage of the lumen during the preparation of the specimen; Consideration between the effectiveness of laparoscopic clip sterilization and laparoscopic tubal electrocoagulation; Proper application of clips in...
- Outpatient laparoscopic sterilisation. Brash, B.H. // British Medical Journal;6/5/1976, Vol. 1 Issue 6022, p1376
Evaluates the efficacy of outpatient laparoscopic sterilization. Increase in the demand for female sterilization; Variations in the incidence of failed laparoscopy; Suggestion to eliminate laparoscopic failures.
- Role of Assisted Reproductive Technologies in the Treatment of Unexplained Infertility. Mercan, Ramazan; Sertac, Aycan; Urman, Bulent // Reproductive Technologies;Nov2001, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p288
The etiology of infertility remains unexplained in a major proportion of couples presenting to fertility clinics. The proportion of couples with unexplained infertility is related to the extent of diagnostic tests performed to uncover the cause of childlessness. Semen analysis, noninvasive...
- Follicular Phase LH and Estradiol Levels are Temporarily Altered by Laparoscopic Sterilization. Timonen, Susanna // Fertility Weekly;5/20/2002, p11
Reports on the efficacy of laparoscopic sterilization with a Hulka or Filshie clip in changing ovarian function. Increase of follicular phase estradiol levels; Assessment of aberrations of menstrual function; Regulation of hypothalmic-pituitary-ovarian axis.
- Tubal Sterilization in the United States, 1994-1996. MacKay, Andrea P.; Kieke Jr., Burney A.; Koonin, Lisa M.; Beattie, Karen // Family Planning Perspectives;Jul/Aug2001, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p161
Conclusions: Outpatient tubal sterilizations and procedures using laparoscopy have increased substantially since the last comprehensive analysis of tubal sterilization in 1987, an indication of the effect of technical advances on the provision of this service. Continued surveillance of both...
- Ovariectomy vs. ovariohysterectomy in small-animal practice. Syrcle, Jason // Veterinary Medicine;Jun2012, Vol. 107 Issue 6, p250
The article offers information on the practice of ovariectomy (OVE) and ovariohysterectomy (OVH) in vetenary medicine. It states that OVH has been as accepted standard of care for female sterilization here in the U.S. It mentions that results from recent studies in dogs have shown an apparent...
- Tubal ligation: More pain or less pleasure? Pinette, Gilles // Windspeaker;Jun2004, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p18
The article focuses on the method of sterilization by tubal ligation, a safe and an effective way to prevent pregnancy which millions of women have chosen. Tubal ligation or "getting your tubes tied" has changed over the years. Today, most tubal ligation can be done by laparoscopy. This is where...
- An Incidental Finding of Unicornuate Uterus with Unilateral Ovarian Agenesis during Laparoscopy in Patient who Gave Birth to Eleven Children: A Case Report. Alvir, Ilija; Puljiz, Mario; Tomica, Darko; Danolić, Damir; Mamić, Ivica; Toth, Tibor // Collegium Antropologicum;Mar2013, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p289
Congenital uterine anomalies are often asymptomatic. They may present with infertility, recurrent miscarriage, pre-term delivery, abnormal lie in pregnancy and other obstetric complications. We report the case of a 38-year old patient with unicornuate uterus without rudimentary horn and with...