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In a recent study, the risk of developing breast cancer was greater in women with current or recent use of progestogen-only contraceptives.
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Inside this Issue: Gynecologic Endoscopy – Partnerships without Borders Editor’s Corner Laparoscopic Surgery in the Year 2001 The Lap-Loop Utilization for Laparoscopic Subtotal and Total Hysterectomy The Use of Endoscopy in Fetal Medicine Painless Laparoscopy? Should Young Women with Uterine Fibroids be Treated with Uterine Artery Embolization Interview with Dr. Camran Nezhat Letters to the Editor
Inside this Issue: President's Letter Meet the President Editor's Corner Is laparoscopy the gold standard for the diagnosis of endometriosis? My Research and Possible ISGE Projects Pelvic Pain and Endometriosis: New Concepts Laparoscopic Vaginal Vault Suspension by Suture Technique Continuation of 8th Annual Conference Letters to the Editor
Inside This Issue Editor's Corner ISGE Secretariat Report Report from ISGE Regional Conference Chairman, Egypt 9-9-99 The Great Debate I The Great Debate II Selected Highlights from the 3rd Regional Meeting of the ISGE, Cairo, Egypt The Place for Myolysis in Modern Gynecology The Role of Laparoscopy in Vaginal and Uterine Prolapse ISGE Classification of Endoscopic Procedures Letter to the Editor Letter from the Training Committee
`Back to the Future' for Hermanni Boerhaave or `A rational way to generate ultrasound scan charts for estimating the date of delivery'July 19th 1998
The object of this paper is to discuss the routine use of ultrasound in estimating the date of delivery and to demonstrate an approach which has both sound epidemiological and statistical bases. CESDI (Confidential Enquiry into Still Births and Deaths in Infancy) criteria for determining gestation, based on menstrual dates and cycle length superseded by an ultrasound scan different by more than ten days, are difficult to apply.