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Ferdous Mehrabian, Behnaz Khani Robati,
Volume 8, Issue 1 (7-2010)
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Background: Heterotopic abdominal pregnancy is a rare entity which poses unique management challenges.
Case: A 24-year-old Gravida 1 woman with history of two years infertility and treatment with clomiphene citrate presented with acute right lower quadrant abdominal pain. Heterotopic abdominal pregnancy was recognized at 16 weeks gestation by transvaginal ultrasound scan. We aimed to remove ectopic pregnancy with prevention of maternal complications and preservation of intrauterine pregnancy (IUP). Surgical removal of the ectopic fetus and placenta was done. Abdominal pregnancy removed successfully without intra- or post-procedural complications but the IUP was aborted spontaneously on the second postoperative day.
Conclusion: Gynecologists should consider the possibility of heterotopic pregnancy following ovulation induction with clomiphene citrate which is increasing in recent years. A high index of suspicion to heterotopic pregnancy may be followed by a nonsurgical approach safely and affectively if they are clinically stable and the abdominal pregnancy is recognized early in gestation.
Behnaz Khani, Nahid Bahrami, Ferdous Mehrabian, Hormoz Naderi Naeni,
Volume 9, Issue 3 (7-2011)
Abstract

Background: Adhesion is a common complication of gynecology surgery so different barrier agents and solutions have been used during these operations to separate and protect tissues from adhesion after surgery. Adept is one of these solutions that have been postulated to reduce the chance of adhesion following gynecolgy surgery.
Objective: To evaluate the effect of 4% icodextrin in reducing adhesion formation in comparing with sterile water and human amniotic fluid in rabbits. Materials and Methods: In this prospective experimental study 30 white Newzealand female rabbits were selected and randomized in to three treatment groups. The rabbits were anesthetized and an abdominal incison was made, uterine horns were abrated with gauze until bleeding occurred. Before closing the abdomen, the traumatized area was irrigated either by 30cc of sterile water, 30cc of 4% Adept or 30cc of human amniotic fluid. The solutions were labeled only as solutions A (steriel water), B (icodextrin), or C (human amniotic fluid). On the seventh day after surgery, second laparotomy was performed to determine and compare adhesion formation in rabbits.
Results: There was significant difference between mean score of adhesions in 4% icodextrin group (2.1±0.70) in comparison to sterile water group (10.4±0.60) and amniotic fluid group (8.7±0.84). But the difference between mean score of adhesions in amniotic fluid group in comparison to sterile water group was not significant (8.7±0.84) versus (10.4±0.60).
Conclusion: The use of 4% icodextrin solution was more effective than human amniotic fluid and sterile water in reducing adhesion formation in a gynecological surgery model in rabbits
Ensieh Shahrokh Tehraninezhad, Fatemeh Mehrabi, Raheleh Taati, Vahid Kalantar, Elham Aziminekoo, Azam Tarafdari,
Volume 14, Issue 8 (8-2016)
Abstract

Background: The predictive roles of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) and antral follicle count (AFC) as ovarian reserve markers in women with different age groups are not established well.
Objective: This study compares the value of FSH, AMH and AFC at the time of     in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment in different age groups.
Materials and Methods: In this cross-sectional study, 103 women aged 20-43 years candidates for IVF/ICSI cycle were recruited. FSH, AMH and AFC on day 3 of menstrual cycle were measured. The relationship of these measured markers with outcome variables (oocytes number, number of frozen/fresh embryo and chemical and clinical pregnancy) was assessed in different age groups (i.e. 20-32, 33-37 and 38-43 years).
Results: our results show that age was correlated with clinical pregnancy, oocyte count and fresh and frozen embryo (p<0.001). AMH, AFC and FSH were not correlated with clinical or chemical pregnancy at total population or age subgroups except the significant correlation of AFC with clinical pregnancy at 33-37 years old group. AFC was correlated with oocyte count and the number of fresh and frozen embryos in the ages group 20-32 years. In this age group, AMH was correlated with fresh and frozen embryos. AMH, AFC and FSH were correlated with oocyte count and the number of fresh embryos in age group 33-37 years. AMH was correlated with oocyte count and the number of fresh embryos in 38-43 years old group.
Conclusion: We concluded that the age is the superior predictor of IVF outcome and AMH and AFC are variable predicting markers of ovarian reserve in different age groups.
Parisa Mehrabianfar, Farzaneh Dehghani, Nargess Karbalaei, Fakhroddin Mesbah,
Volume 18, Issue 8 (August 2020)
Abstract

Background: Diabetes is a chronic disease that can affect almost all of the body organs, including male and female reproductive systems.
Objective: This study was designed to investigate the preventive effects of metformin on stereological and ultra-structural characteristics of the ovary in the streptozotocin-induced diabetes adult female rats.
Materials and Methods: Seventy adult (8-10 wk.) female Sprague-Dawley rats (180-200 gr) were equally divided, as follows: (n= 10/ each) control; STZ-induced diabetes (single dose of 65 mg/kg STZ, IP); metformin-treated (50 mg/100 gr of body weight, orally); diabetic-metformin-treated; sham 1, (single dose of sodium citrate); sham 2, (0.5 ml of daily oral distilled water); and sham 3, (sodium citrate + distilled water treated). The Body mass index, ovarian weight, blood sugar level, cholesterol, and triglyceride were measured. The stereological and ultrastructural features of ovary were assessed.
Results: The blood sugar of induced-diabetic rats was increased (p<0.01). The BMI (p<0.01), number of granulosa cells (p = 0.04), primordial, primary and secondary follicles (p = 0.03), total volume of ovary (p<0.01) and cortex, nucleus diameter ratio to the cytoplasm of the oocyte were decreased. The number of atretic follicles in the diabetic and diabetic + metformin-treated rats were increased (p<0. 01). The ultrastructural characteristics of ovary were more damaged in diabetic rats.
Conclusion: Diabetes has destructive effects on ovarian follicles and causes follicular atresia. Also, the size of oocytes, numbers of granulosa cells and ooplasmic organelles, which are involved in the folliculogenesis are affected by diabetes and metformin has no preventive effects.
 

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