Evaluation of Cesarean Scar After Three Different Uterine Closure Technis

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Impact of Double-layer Versus Single-layer Uterine Closure Suture in Cesarean Section on the Development of Postoperative Uterine Scar Deficiency

In recent decades, the rate of cesarean section delivery has steadily increased worldwide ranging at 30% of deliveries, thus long-term risks after cesarean section need to be evaluated. Po...

Effects of Single vs Double Layer Uterine Closure on Cesarean Scar Defect and Residual Myometrium Thickness.

There are different surgical techniques of uterine closure during cesarean. A growing data has suggested that the closure technique has an effect on uterine scar healing. Residual myometri...

Randomized Study Comparing Two Established Gastrointestinal Suture Techniques - One-layer-continuous Versus Double-layer-continuous Suture

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Impact of Uterine Closure Techniques on the Cesarean Scar Thickness After Repeated Cesarean Section

We compares two techniques of uterine closure on myometrium thickness at the site of uterine scar of women who underwent repeated cesarean section. We will evaluate myometrial thickness by...

Ultrasound Study of the Uterine Healing Process After Cesarean Delivery

Our hypothesis is that there is no difference in the healing process in those women who have a one- or two-layer uterine closure at the time of cesarean delivery.

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Surgical Treatment of Medication-Related Osteonecrosis of the Upper Jaw: Case Series.

The management of maxillary medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (MRONJ) is challenging. Therefore, identifying the proper treatment is important. This study aimed to evaluate the surgical trea...

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