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  1. [Vaginal hysterectomy for the enlarged non-prolapse uterus using morcellation techniques and/or Deschamps needle: a retrospective cohort study].

    Ginecologia y obstetricia de Mexico 83(3):148 (2015) PMID 26058167

    To compare surgical outcomes in women who underwent vaginal hysterectomy with enlarged (> 12 weeks size) and non-prolapsed uterus utilizing different morcellation techniques with or without concomitant Deschamps needle use to vaginal hysterectomy for prolapsed uterus. Retrospective cohort study ...
  2. [Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome: two cases report].

    Ginecologia y obstetricia de Mexico 83(3):199 (2015) PMID 26058174

    Agenesia of the Müllerian ducts is a low-frequency congenital disease but with devastating effects on women's reproductive health. In this paper we present two cases of women affected by Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome (MRKH). First case was a 17-year-old woman with aplasia of the upper ...
  3. [Editorial].

    Ginecologia y obstetricia de Mexico 83(3):137 (2015) PMID 26058165

  4. [Burnout syndrome in medical and obstetric perception of violence].

    Ginecologia y obstetricia de Mexico 83(3):173 (2015) PMID 26058170

    Obstetric violence involves a violation of reproductive rights of women during pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum. It has been associated with lack of empathy and emotional discomfort of physicians. To identify the perceptions of obstetric violence and to determine the possible relationship wi...
  5. [The burden of cervical cancer in patients with limited access to health services].

    Ginecologia y obstetricia de Mexico 83(3):162 (2015) PMID 26058169

    Cervical cancer is caused by high-risk HPV, a sexually transmitted virus. In Mexico, this disease represents a public health problem. San Luis Potosi is located within ten states with the highest rates in the country. Indigenous women of Mexico will likely to develop cervical cancer due to inequ...
  6. [Assessment of progesterone levels on the day of the hCG administration as a predictor of success of antagonist stimulation protocols for IVF].

    Ginecologia y obstetricia de Mexico 83(3):155 (2015) PMID 26058168

    There are reports of deleterious effect when progesterone concentration is high during the follicular phase in cycles of in vitro fertilization. In our environment has not carried out a study to evaluate the pregnancy rate compared with progesterone concentration on the day of application of hCG...
  7. [Socio-economic and psycho-affective factors and their influence on academic performance of residents in Obstetrics and Gynecology].

    Ginecologia y obstetricia de Mexico 83(3):139 (2015) PMID 26058166

    Academic performance is the mean objective of the teaching-learning process, but there are many other variables or factors outside the OB/GYN resident involved in this process, such as those related to the environment in which they operate, teachers, interaction with their peers, family, society...
  8. [Metastatic choriocarcinoma associated with Wunderlich syndrome: case report and literature review].

    Ginecologia y obstetricia de Mexico 83(3):189 (2015) PMID 26058172

    Choriocarcinoma is a rare condition, with an incidence of 1 in 30 to 40,000 pregnancies in the United States and Europe. In Mexico it is reported in 1 in 10,000 pregnancies. Wunderlich syndrome is a spontaneous perirenal hematoma, a very rare entity. This paper reports the case of a young patien...
  9. [Vulvar pruritus: determination of the most common causes and their treatments].

    Ginecologia y obstetricia de Mexico 83(3):179 (2015) PMID 26058171

    Vulvar pruritus can be caused by a wide spectrum of diseases, that depend on age, environmental and genetic factors. The most common causes are candidiasis, contact dermatitis and lichen simplex chronicus. Candidiasis is the most common cause of acute vulvar pruritus and is characterized by burn...
  10. [Uterine prolapse and pregnancy. A case report].

    Ginecologia y obstetricia de Mexico 83(3):195 (2015) PMID 26058173

    Uterine prolapse associated with pregnancy is rare today. The case of a 34-year-old woman whose pregnancy ended at 39 weeks and analyzed with those reported in the literature is presented.