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Angiomyofibroblastoma of the uterine cervix in a breast cancer patient: A case report

Kim MJ, Kuk JN, Sung JH, Hyun CL, Shim SS, Park CM, Kim SY

Angiomyofibroblastoma (AMFB) is a rare mesenchymal tumor mostly involving the female lower genital tract. Although a large number of cases of vulva and vagina has been reported, a report on...
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Vulvar neurilemmoma at the labium minus

Kim NR, Cho HY, Lee SH

Neurilemmoma is a benign slow-growing nerve sheath neoplasm that is rarely found in the female genital system. To date, thirteen cases of vulvar neurilemmoma have been reported in the world...
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A case of recurrent angiomyofibroblastoma of the vulva

Lee DH, Lee JJ, Koh MW

Angiomyofibroblastoma is a rare benign soft tissue tumor of female genital tract. It is considered to be slowly growing, of low potency for local recurrence. We recently experienced a recurrent...
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Concurrent chemoradiation-related superior mesenteric artery occlusion in the patient with advanced endometrioid endometrial cancer after surgery

Kim K, Kim JY, Hong KC, Kim H, Han J, Song E

The incidence of endometrial cancer (EC) has increased and it has approximately 16% of gynecologic cancers in Korea. For loco-regional or distant recurrence, adjuvant treatment after surgery is very important...
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A case of secondary postpartum hemorrhage with shock followed by rupture of progressive retroperitoneal hematoma through left upper vaginal wall

Park M, Han SS

Puerperal genital hematomas are uncommon causes of postpartum hemorrhage but can be a cause of serious morbidity and even maternal death. When puerperal genital hematomas are clinically occult despite significant...
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Ultrasonographic follow-up of involuting placenta in advanced abdominal pregnancy diagnosed by magnetic resonance imaging

Choi JY, Lim JH, Sung HI, Kim YG, Jeong EH

We successfully treated a case of advanced abdominal pregnancy which was diagnosed with ultrasonography and magnetic resonance imaging in a woman of 20th week of pregnancy who did not receive...
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Antepartum spontaneous rupture of the intertwin-dividing membrane in monochorionic diamniotic twins; Nearly adhered cords

Oh JE, Bae JY, Hwang IA, Kim MJ, Seong WJ

Umbilical cord entanglement has been reported to occur in monoamniotic twins. However, it can occur in diamnionic twins due to rupture of the intertwin-dividing membrane, and is a cause for...
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Fetal survival after emergent cesarean section for umbilical cord prolapse with propofol anesthesia in case of anesthesiologist and pediatrician unavailable: A case report

Jung SE, Cho SH, Park SY, Koo MK, Lee YY

Umbilical cord prolapse is a rare obstetric emergency that requires an expeditious delivery for fetal survival. This serious obstetrical emergency is unfamiliar to many physicians although it represents an acute...
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Histologic comparison of polycystic ovary syndrome induced by estradiol valerate and letrozole

Lim SC, Jeong MJ, Kim SE, Kim SH, Kim SC, Seo SY, Kim T, Kang SS, Bae CS

OBJECTIVE: To compare ovarian morphology of the estradiol valerate (EV)- and the letrozole (LE)-induced polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) in rat models. METHODS: EV were injected (IM) to 10 Sprague-Dawley rats and...
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Association of angiogenin and interleukin-6 levels in cervical discharge during early pregnancy, together with its outcome

Hyun MK, Jung BK, Shim JY, Won HS, Lee PR, Kim A

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the association between the cervical angiogenin and interleukin-6 levels and its outcome during early pregnancy. METHODS: One hundred and seventy-five pregnant women were included consecutively at the time...
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The pros and cons of different modes of delivery at a single institution

Ryu JW, Rho YH, Han SW, Ha HY, Kim EH

OBJECTIVE: To compare the postpartum maternal and neonatal effects and complications according to delivery modes. METHODS: Five hundred twenty eight singleton pregnant women, who delivered after 36 gestational weeks in National...
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