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    me Current Issue Announcements High quality publications High impact and visibility Worldwide readership Efficient publishing process Free access to research Journal Content Search All Authors Title Abstract Index terms Full Text Browse By Issue By Author By Title Other Journals Font Size Home About Log In Register Search Current Archives Announcements Editorial Team Videos CME Contact Us Home Search Author Details Author Details Zayed Mohamed Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

    Original URL path: http://pub.moriat.org/index.php/EBWHJ/search/authors/view?firstName=Mohamed&middleName=&lastName=Zayed&affiliation=Department%20of%20Obstetrics%20and%20Gynaecology%20Faculty%20of%20Medicine%2C%20Cairo%20University.&country=EG (2016-05-01)
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  • Adding GnRH Antagonist In IUI Cycles Decreased The Complications And Didn't Affect The Outcome In Women With PCOS | Aletaibi | Evidence Based Women's Health Journal
    The Complications And Didn t Affect The Outcome In Women With PCOS Fatma Aletaibi Walid El Sherbiny Ahmed Nasr Abstract Objectives To assess the effect of adding GnRH antagonist in IUI cycles for women with PCOS on cycle outcome Methods Two hundred and sixteen women diagnosed to have PCOS were enrolled in the study they were randomly divided into two groups In the study group IUI was performed in stimulated cycles conducted with Recombinant FSH and when the leading follicle reached at least 18 mm Daily cetrorelix was administered until the day of hCG trigger followed by inseminations at 36 hours after hCG In the control group Stimulation was conducted with Recombinant FSH until the day of hCG trigger followed by inseminations at 36 hours after hCG All patients received luteal support with Progesterone suppositories Results Pregnancy rate was not significantly different in the study group p 0 16 Multiple pregnancy rate and OHSS were significantly lower in the study group p 0 036 and 0 026 respectively While Spontaneous abortion rate was not statistically different between the study and the control group p 0 35 Conclusion Adding GnRH antagonist in IUI cycles decreased ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome and multiple pregnancies

    Original URL path: http://pub.moriat.org/index.php/EBWHJ/article/view/65 (2016-05-01)
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  • Adding GnRH Antagonist In IUI Cycles Decreased The Complications And Didn't Affect The Outcome In Women With PCOS | Aletaibi | Evidence Based Women's Health Journal
    By Author By Title Other Journals Font Size Home About Log In Register Search Current Archives Announcements Editorial Team Videos CME Contact Us Home Vol 1 No 1 2011 Aletaibi The PDF file you selected should load here if your Web browser has a PDF reader plug in installed for example a recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader Alternatively you can also download the PDF file directly to your computer

    Original URL path: http://pub.moriat.org/index.php/EBWHJ/article/view/65/80 (2016-05-01)
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  • An Update of Endometriosis Associated Infertility | Azab | Evidence Based Women's Health Journal
    By Author By Title Other Journals Font Size Home About Log In Register Search Current Archives Announcements Editorial Team Videos CME Contact Us Home Vol 1 No 1 2011 Azab An Update of Endometriosis Associated Infertility Hamdy Azab Abstract Endometriosis is affecting about 5 10 of women in the reproductive age group its prevalence is higher in subfertile women In this review we tried to search for the recent trends

    Original URL path: http://pub.moriat.org/index.php/EBWHJ/article/view/48 (2016-05-01)
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  • An Update of Endometriosis Associated Infertility | Azab | Evidence Based Women's Health Journal
    Abstract Index terms Full Text Browse By Issue By Author By Title Other Journals Font Size Home About Log In Register Search Current Archives Announcements Editorial Team Videos CME Contact Us Home Vol 1 No 1 2011 Azab The PDF file you selected should load here if your Web browser has a PDF reader plug in installed for example a recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader Alternatively you can also

    Original URL path: http://pub.moriat.org/index.php/EBWHJ/article/view/48/54 (2016-05-01)
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  • Antimullerian Hormone as a Marker for Severity of Endometriosis : A pilot study | Youssef | Evidence Based Women's Health Journal
    12 for assessment of serum AMH and the values obtained were correlated with the severity of the disease Results Sixty percent of the patients classified as first stage endometriosis had AMH serum level below the normal level besides that 55 5 of the patients classified as second stage endometriosis had AMH serum level below the normal level In the same way 44 4 of the patients classified as third stage endometriosis had AMH serum level below the normal level and finally 100 of the patients classified as fourth stage endometriosis had AMH serum level below the normal level Normal level 1 3 2 3 ng ml Conclusion The findings of this study suggested that serum AMH may be a sensitive marker for prediction of the severity of endometriosis among infertile women Keywords Endometriosis Anti Mullerian Hormone Pelvic pain Ovarian reserve Infertility References Barnhart K Dunsmoor Su R Coutifaris C 2002 Effect of endometriosis on in vitro fertilization Fertil Steril 77 1148 55 Google Scholar Lemos N A Arbo E Scalco R Weiler E Rosa V Cunha Filho J S 2008 Decreased anti Müllerian hormone and altered ovarian follicular cohort in infertile patients with mild minimal endometriosis Fertil Steril 2008 May 89 5 1064 8 Epub 2007 Jul 10 5 1064 8 pmid 17624337 Google Scholar Jorgensen N Rajpert De Meyts E Graem N Müller J Cate R L Skakkebaek N E 1999 Expression of anti Müllerian hormone during normal and pathological gonadal development association with differentiation of Sertoli and granulosa cells Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 84 10 3836 3844 Retrieved from http jcem endojournals org cgi doi 10 1210 jc 84 10 3836 doi 10 1210 jc 84 10 3836 Google Scholar De Vet A Laven J S 2002 de Jong FH Themmen APN Fauser BC 2002 Antimullerian

    Original URL path: http://pub.moriat.org/index.php/EBWHJ/article/view/74 (2016-05-01)
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  • Antimullerian Hormone as a Marker for Severity of Endometriosis : A pilot study | Youssef | Evidence Based Women's Health Journal
    Abstract Index terms Full Text Browse By Issue By Author By Title Other Journals Font Size Home About Log In Register Search Current Archives Announcements Editorial Team Videos CME Contact Us Home Vol 1 No 2 2011 Youssef The PDF file you selected should load here if your Web browser has a PDF reader plug in installed for example a recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader Alternatively you can also

    Original URL path: http://pub.moriat.org/index.php/EBWHJ/article/view/74/79 (2016-05-01)
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  • Assessment Of The Value Of Adding LH Activity During The Late Stages Of Follicular Maturation In ICSI Cycles | Sharkawy | Evidence Based Women's Health Journal
    1445 Retrieved from http www humrep oupjournals org cgi doi 10 1093 humrep 15 7 1440 doi 10 1093 humrep 15 7 1440 Google Scholar Esposito M A Barnhart K T Coutifaris C Patrizio P 2001 Role of periovulatory LH concentrations during ART cycles stimulated exclusively with rFSH Fertil Steril Fertil Steril 75 3 519 24 Retrieved from http linkinghub elsevier com retrieve pii S0015028200017453 doi 10 1016 S0015 0282 00 01745 3 Google Scholar De Placido G Alviggi C Perino A Strina I Lisi F Fasolino A De Palo R Ranieri A Colacurci N Mollo A Hormone I C G o R H L 2005 Recombinant human LH supplementation versus recombinant human FSH rFSH step up protocol during controlled ovarian stimulation in normogonadotrophic women with initial inadequate ovarian response to rFSH A multicentre prospective randomized controlled trial Human Reproduction 20 2 390 396 Retrieved from http www humrep oupjournals org cgi doi 10 1093 humrep deh625 pmid 15576390 doi 10 1093 humrep deh625 Google Scholar Liu X Andoh K Mizunuma H et al 2000 Effects of rFSH uFSH and HP HMG on small preantral follicles and tertiary follicles from normal adult and androgen sterilized female mice Fertil Steril Fertil Steril 73 2 372 80 Retrieved from http linkinghub elsevier com retrieve pii S001502829900494X doi 10 1016 S0015 0282 99 00494 X Google Scholar Humaidan P Bungum M Bungum L Yding Andersen C 2004 Effects of recombinant LH supplementation in women undergoing assisted reproduction with GnRH agonist down regulation and stimulation with recombinant FSH an opening study Reproductive BioMedicine Online 8 6 635 643 Retrieved from http linkinghub elsevier com retrieve pii S1472648310616434 doi 10 1016 S1472 6483 10 61643 4 Google Scholar Balasch J Vidal E Penarrubia J et al 2001 Suppression of LH during ovarian stimulation analyzing threshold values and effects on ovarian response and the outcome of ART in down regulated women stimulated with rFSH Hum Reprod 16 8 1636 43 Retrieved from http www humrep oupjournals org cgi doi 10 1093 humrep 16 8 1636 doi 10 1093 humrep 16 8 1636 Google Scholar Hardarson T Hanson C SjoÈgren A and Lundin K 2001 Human preembryos with unevenly sized blastomeres have lower pregnancy and implantation rates indication for aneuploidy and multinucleation Hum Reprod 16 2 313 318 Retrieved from http www humrep oupjournals org cgi doi 10 1093 humrep 16 2 313 doi 10 1093 humrep 16 2 313 Google Scholar VanRoyen E Mangelschots K De Neubourg D Laureys I Ryckaert G Gerris J 2001 Calculating the implantation potential of day 3 embryos in women younger than 38 years of age a new model Hum Reprod 2001 16 2 326 332 Retrieved from http www humrep oupjournals org cgi doi 10 1093 humrep 16 2 326 doi 10 1093 humrep 16 2 326 Google Scholar Shoham Z 2002 The clinical therapeutic window for luteinizing hormone in controlled ovarian stimulation Fertil Steril 2002 Jun 77 6 1170 7 Review PubMed PMID 77 6 1170 7 Retrieved from

    Original URL path: http://pub.moriat.org/index.php/EBWHJ/article/view/78 (2016-05-01)
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