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Review

High Dose Rate Brachytherapy in Two 9 Gy Fractions in Locally Advanced Carcinoma Cervix

Garima Singh1*, Deepti Sharma1

Cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer in women, and the seventh overall, with an estimated 528,000 new cases in 2012.There were an estimated 266,000 deaths from cervical cancer worldwide in 2012, accounting for 7.5%of all female cancer deaths. Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in India in women accounting for 22.86% of all cancer cases in women and 12% of all cancer cases in both men and women.

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Research

Endometriosis Profile among Dubai Women Cohorts Records Review, Dubai, UAE, 2017

Lotfi G1, Hussain H2*, Al Faisal W2, Isaac B1, Paulose L1, Amro B1, Monsef N2

Endometriosis is a disorder that is commonly encounter in daily gynecological practice, it is histo-pathologically characterized with endometrial tissue (glandular epithelium and stromal) growth outside the uterine cavity. It affects almost about 2.5-3.3% of women of childbearing age. Clinical presentations of endometriosis varied by types, severity and clinical presentations starting from asymptomatic to signs and symptoms including dysmenorrhea, dyspareunia, pelvic pain, abnormal menstrual bleeding (menorrhagia and/or metrorrhagia), subfertility and infertility.

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Research

CA-125, a Sensitive Marker for Advanced Stages of Endometriosis Retrospective Study of Endometriosis Patient’s Database at Latifa Hospital, Dubai, UAE

Lotfi G1, Hussain H2*, Al Faisal W2, Isaac B1, Paulose L1, Amro B1, Monsef N2

Endometriosis is still poorly understood despite a high and still increasing publication rate of over 500 articles a year. Serum CA125 is not a specific marker for endometriosis but it is a helpful additional parameter to diagnose endometriosis in patients with chronic pelvic pain.

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Review

Non-Invasive Methods for Screening Preeclampsia with Maternal Blood

Hamideh Mohammadzadeh1, Mohammad Reza Mashayekhi1*

Pregnancy blood pressure abnormalities are one of the most common complications of pregnancy and are associated with poor health of mother and child. In this study, after a comprehensive overview of preeclampsia, we attempt to elaborate on a variety of non-invasive methods for screening preeclampsia with maternal blood.

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