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The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ANZJOG). Official publication of . in , supports
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ANZJOG 16h
Today we’d like to from ASM to 1974, when the third Australian Obstetrical and Gynaecological Research Society Scientific Meeting took place. Check out the presented abstracts!
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ANZJOG Sep 16
The ASM launched today in Adelaide. Read the abstracts to be presented at the Meeting:
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ANZJOG Sep 15
Today is holding the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Health Meeting. Catch up with this paper that summarises the 2008 Meeting, with recommendations on how to improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women's health:
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ANZJOG Sep 14
Australian law allows for altruistic but prohibits compensation or the use of professional surrogacy agencies. These restrictions limit local access to surrogacy, driving Australians overseas. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Sep 13
The ASM is taking place next week in Adelaide. Read the abstracts to be presented at the Meeting:
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ANZJOG Sep 12
Early pregnancy loss has been linked to enduring psychological morbidity. This study aimed to investigate the utility of the Kessler 10 questionnaire to identify women at risk for the development of psychiatric diagnoses 3 months post‐miscarriage:
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ANZJOG Sep 12
In the 1970s, one hundred and forty‐seven women were assessed for psychological complications after undergoing hysterectomy. Learn more about their findings:
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ANZJOG Sep 11
This paper provides practical guidelines to health workers in relation to any complications that may arise during opioid overdose response for pregnant women and the follow up required ensuring best possible outcomes for mother and baby:
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ANZJOG Sep 10
This article reports the results of a pragmatic patient‐preference cohort study regarding maternal and perinatal risks comparing maternal-choice c-sections with planned vaginal birth in uncomplicated first pregnancies:
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ANZJOG Sep 9
Several decades of research has identified maternal smoking and use, maternal weight and illness or disability as indicators of adverse birth outcomes. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Sep 8
This study highlights the need for psychosocial assessment in the private maternity sector; timely given the new Medicare Benefits Scheme items for obstetricians to undertake psychosocial assessment in line with recommended clinical best practice:
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ANZJOG Sep 7
Federal and state governments in Australia contribute funding for prenatal screening and diagnostic testing, however, significant out-of-pocket costs remain. Ensuing that women from disadvantaged sectors of society can access these services is paramount:
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ANZJOG Sep 6
The diagnosis of spontaneous multiple gestation is often described as overwhelming, especially if there is no family history. Learn more about the psychological and social implications of multiple gestation and birth:
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ANZJOG Sep 4
Uterine artery embolisation (UAE) is a possible uterine‐sparing treatment option for women with unsuccessful conservative management for adenomyosis‐related heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB) and dysmenorrhoea. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Sep 3
E‐consultation allows specialists to provide expert clinical guidance, management and support to the referring provider when appropriate. Learn more:
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ANZJOG Sep 2
Robotic‐assisted laparoscopic hysterectomy (RALH) is associated with improved outcomes compared to open surgery in patients with endometrial but data are conflicting when comparing RALH to conventional total laparoscopic (TLH):
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ANZJOG Sep 1
Women with are frequently misdiagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome. This article aims to determine if there are distinct symptom patterns in women with IBS and endometriosis, and to assess their response to a low FODMAP diet:
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ANZJOG Aug 31
This review discusses the use of ulipristal acetate (UPA) as emergency (EC) and as a treatment for symptomatic fibroids in women who want to preserve their or avoid a hysterectomy. Read more:
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ANZJOG Aug 30
In Australia, ovarian cancer is the most common cause of death among gynaecological malignancies, largely because patients present at an advanced stage. Centralisation of care for patients with ovarian should be considered gold standard care.
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ANZJOG Aug 29
Endometriosis is a complex, chronic condition with known psychological and social implications for women. What are clinicians’ perceptions of women's experiences of and of psychosocial care for endometriosis?
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