Polycystic ovary syndrome is characterized by enlarged ovaries, multiple peripherally arranged cysts and increased stromal density(1). Polycystic ovary syndrome is responsible for approximately 25-30% of infertility in women, which is mainly anovulatory(2). Ovulation can be induced with antiesterogens in many women but a proportion fail to respond and even in those who ovulate, the pregnancy rate is often low and the miscarriage rate is high.
Samir Fouad Abdel Aziz, MD
Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) is thought to play a role in several stages of carcinogenesis through its contribution to immunocomptence, inhibition of mutation formation and repair of membranes and DNA.
Role of Maternal Human Placental Lactogen (HPL), Estriol (E3) and Ultrasonography in Monitoring High Risk Pregnancy and Its Outcome
One hundred and six pregnant women diagnosed with Leiomyoma during pregnancy were evaluated clinically and by ultrasound. Leiomyoma size changes were analyzed on the basis of trimesters. The common echotexture pattern and the different echotextures as well as any changes in the echogenicity were noticed during the follow up. The number and location of the myomata were observed with their impact on pregnancy outcome.
Objective :To determine whether thyroid auto-antibodies (Thyroglobulin and Thyroid peroxidas antibodies) could be used as a marker for detection of abortion in cases with unexplained recurrent abortion.