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Sterilization, Reproductive 326 articles


  1. The misperception and misapplication of the First Amendment in the American pluralistic system: mergers between Catholic and non-Catholic he...

    Journal of law and health 16(1):103 (2001) PMID 14650774

  2. Lessons from eugenics for the neoeugenic era.

    Journal of the South Carolina Medical Associati... 94(9):383 (1998) PMID 9780572

  3. Vasectomy and intravenous anaesthesia in a health centre.

    The Practitioner (U.K.) 209(249):76 (1972) PMID 5041754

  4. INQUIRY into the excision of normal body tissue.
    Author(s) unavailable

    Hospitals 25(12):117 (1951) PMID 14880164

  5. [Pregnancy in a 42 year old woman two years after sterilization by double resection of tubes].

    Bulletin de la Federation des societes de gynec... 2(4):387 (1950) PMID 14792127

  6. A 40-year-old woman considering contraception.

    JAMA 279(20):1651 (1998) PMID 9613916

  7. Transuterine insertion of Veress needle in laparoscopy.

    Obstetrics & Gynecology 75(3 Pt 1):456 (1990) PMID 2137576

    A pneumoperitoneum separating the anterior abdominal wall from the intraperitoneal organs is essential to view the pelvic organs and to perform laparoscopic surgery. A Veress needle was inserted through the uterine fundus to establish a pneumoperitoneum in 100 women undergoing laparoscopy for steril...
  8. Attitudes toward voluntary surgical contraception in four districts of Kenya.

    Studies in Family Planning 20(5):281 (1989) PMID 2815202

    A series of 32 focus groups were held among men and women in the catchment areas of four active voluntary surgical contraception (VSC) programs in Kenya. Women who had had tubal ligation and their husbands were uniformly favorable to this method. The majority of couples using reversible methods saw...
  9. Public funding of family planning, sterilization and abortion services, 1987.

    Family Planning Perspectives 20(5):228 (1988) PMID 3229469

    In FY 1987, the federal and state governments spent +386 million to provide family planning services. Medicaid was the leading source of public funding, accounting for 36 percent of all public monies spent on family planning. Title X of the Public Health Service Act provided 34 percent of total publ...
  10. Sexual Sterilization in the Female at the Sinai Hospital

    Southern Medical Journal 58(8):953 (1965) PMID 14315431