International Research Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology


Term Abdominal Pregnancy with Live Fetus: about a Case and Review of the Literature

Case Report of International Research Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Term Abdominal Pregnancy with Live Fetus: about a Case and Review of the Literature Farah I, Biaye B, Gassama O, Niass A, Diallo M, Diokhane S, Wardini B, Gueye M, Diouf AA, Diouf A, Moreau JC. Aristide Le Dantec hospital in Dakar, Senegal Objectives: To specify the diagnostic difficulties and the criteria allowing a conservative load taking. Observation: We report a case of abdominal pregnancy with live fetus diagnosed ultrasonically at 23WA in a context of abdominal urgency on the background of secondary amenorrhea with prospective follow-up and birth at 36WA. Ultrasound is essential to diagnosis. The treatment is always surgical and the difficulty is dominated by the removal of the placenta. The fetal prognosis is reserved and the maternal mortality is not negligible. Conclusion: Abdominal pregnancy is a rare event. Her diagnosis is difficult and a conservative attitude of pregnancy is possible. Keywords: Abdominal pregnancy, Ultrasonography, Laparotomy ...

Male infertility : immunological and clinical aspects at the University Health Center of Brazzaville

Research Article of International Research Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Male infertility : immunological and clinical aspects at the University Health Center of Brazzaville Levy Max Emery EOUANI1,3 , Clotaire ITOUA 2,3 , Jules MOKOKO 2,3 , Djor-Djeri Bredel MABIKA 4, ANANI ODZEBE3,4 , Prosper BOUYA 3,4 , Léon Hervé ILOKI 2,4 1Gynecology and Obstetrics Department, General Hospital of Loandjili, BP : 8122 Pointe Noire, Congo. 2 Gynecology and Obstetrics Department, University Health Center of Brazzaville BP : 32 Brazzaville, Congo. 3 Faculty of Health Sciences, Marien Ngouabi University BP : 69 Brazzaville, Congo. 4 Urology and Andrology department, University Health Center of Brazzaville BP : 32 Brazzaville, Congo. Summary : The objective of this study is to contribute to the knowledge of the immunological and clinical aspects of the male infertility at the University Health Center of Brazzaville. Patients and methods : it was a descriptive, transversal and analytical study over a period ranging from the 1st november 2015 to the 31st october 2016. All patients with infertlity were concerned among them we distinguished between those having agglutinates of sperm in the semen on the one hand (G1) from those who did not have any (G2). So we looked for the presence of the antisperm antibodies in the two groups. Results : During the period of study, 1889 spermograms had been realised, and 67 among them were pathological approximately 3,5 % and among them there were 18% with the ASA. The patients were on average 37,4 +/- 5,8 years old, extreme (27-56 years old). They consulted after a delay of 5,3 +/3,7 years on average, extremes (1-16 years). The infertlity was primary in 50,7% and secondary in 49,3%. As far as the scrotum is concerned, the varicocele was more found in 34,3%. In the spermogram, 18 % had agglutinates ...

The Development of Rs2853826 Genotyping and the Initial Association with Breast Cancer Risk in Vietnamese Women

Research Article of International Research Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology The Development of Rs2853826 Genotyping and the Initial Association with Breast Cancer Risk in Vietnamese Women Duong Thi Hong Hanh*, Nguyen Thi Ngoc Thanh and Nguyen Thi Hue Department of Biology and Biotechnology, University of Science, Vietnam National University, 227 Nguyen Van Cu St., Ward 4, District 5, 700000, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Breast cancer (BC) is known as the leading cause of dead in women through worldwide including Vietnam. Recently, mitochondrial genome mutations concerned to breast cancer has been screened in order to propose new potential biomarkers. The SNP rs2853826 located at 10398-nucleotide position within the NADH-dehydrogenase3 has been demonstrated to be associated with BC in populations such as Malaysian, Northern Indian, Poland, Banglasdesh, African-American, Eropean-American, but Vietnam. Thus, rs2853826 was selected as the candidate SNP for investigation in Vietnamese population. In this study, the High Resolution Melting method is optimized for genotyping 100/100 cases/controls samples, then determined the association between this SNP and the disease. The genotyping results revealed SNP rs2853826 has high polymorphism with the minor allele frequency, G allele, was 17.2%. risk allele G was 17.2 %. The association result between rs2853826 and BC revealed that G allele tend to increases risk of BC among Vietnamese when comparing A allele (OR[95%CI]=1.224[0.818-1.832]); and homozygote and heterozygote model also showed this trend when compared to dominant model. Since the p-values were larger 0.05 (p=0.326), our results only show a trend correlation rather than a significant association between SNP rs2853826 and BC risk. However, the reliability of this association analysis result is low (7.57%), so this research needs to be conducted with a larger sample size to reach the greater power (>90%) for therelation. Keywords: Breast cancer, ND3, rs2853826, HRM ...

To observe changes of female sex hormones after chemical induction of Diabetes Mellitus

Research Article of International Research Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology To observe changes of female sex hormones after chemical induction of Diabetes Mellitus Vila Nova I.C1, Alves R.R.V2, Maia-Neto L.S3, Rodrigues F.T.M4, Almeida M.M.C5, Rodrigues P.M.B5 1Graduando em Ciências Biológicas - UFRPE; 2Mestrando em Ciências Biológicas – UFPE; 3Mestrando em Tecnologias Energéticas e Nucleares – UFPE; 4Mestrando em Fisioterapia – UFPE; 5Docente das Faculdades Integradas de Patos - FIP Introduction: Diabetes Mellitus is a heterogeneous group of metabolic disorders characterized by chronic hyperglycemia and glucose intolerance, able to cause metabolic changes. Objective: To observe changes of female sex hormones in mice, after chemical induction of Diabetes Mellitus, in intervals of 15, 30 and 45 days. Methods: Adult females of the Swiss mice (35-40 g) had their weight and glucose levels evaluated. Animals were divided into three groups diabetics (D-15, D-30 and D-45) with their respective controls. Chemical induction of diabetes was held by alloxan monohydrate-solution (60 mg/mL), intraperitoneal, in concentration of 120g/kg. The control group was given saline solution. Ten days after induction, the animals underwent 8 hours of fasting and reassessed their weights and blood glucose levels. Were considered diabetic animals with blood glucose under 200 mg/dL. Animals which have not obtained this index were again submitted to the induction protocol. Blood glucose levels were measured at weekly intervals during the study period. The animals were sacrificed and blood collected immediately by cardiac puncture, packaged in gel tube and centrifuged to obtain serum. Hormone concentrations were determined by chemiluminescence method, in duplicate. The research was submitted to the Ethics Committee and approved (CEP 123-2013, UFCG-CTRS Campus Patos). The results that showed homogeneity and normality were evaluated by analysis of variance (ANOVA), with a significance level of 5% (p < 0.05). Results and discussion: The values for the Luteinizing Hormones ...

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1.Vila Nova I.C, Alves R.R.V, Maia-Neto L.S, Rodrigues F.T.M, Almeida M.M.C, Rodrigues P.M.B.To observe changes of female sex hormones after chemical induction of Diabetes Mellitus.International Research Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2018, 1:5 
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