The 3rd World Congress on
Controversies in Obstetrics Gynecology & Infertility
Papers & Posters
Washington D.C., USA, June 20-23, 2002
We take great pleasure in presenting you with the 3rd book of proceedings
of Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology & Infertility which summarizes
the 3rd world congress in Washington D.C. The book is solely devoted to
controversial issues in the field and represents a unique source of
updated knowledge for the general practitioner.
Over the years, the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology
is witnessing enormous expansion in clinical and basic data as well as
tremendous growth in field-related technology. This growth has also
created a greater need to debate the many controversial issues that have
As evident from the content of the book, the
controversies presented encompass the main unresolved issues of our
profession. The various chapters presented here consolidate the knowledge
but also outline the gaps and lack of evidence to support certain clinical
We believe that the readers will find the chapter
stimulating as a source of updating their knowledge and helpful in the
handling of clinical problems.
Adhesion Prevention in Endoscopic Surgery with SpraygelR
Gynecological Examination and Simple Laboratory Test of
Prostitutes at Localization of Malanu Sorong – PapuaM.F.G. Siregar and S. Azmeila
and IL-8 Profile After Dydrogesterone Therapy on Dysfunctional Uterine
W. Adiyono and Hardian
Hepatitis C Virus Vertical Transmission in Genoa S. Ferrero, P. Lungaro, B.M. Bruzzone, C.
Gotta, G. Bentivoglio and N. Ragni
Level of Male Participation in Infertility Evaluation
in a Rural Community – Should We Re-define Infertility?G. Ekpo, C. Scherf, B. West, L. Morison and
The Correlation Between the Duration of the Second
Stage of Labor and the Newborn Apgar Score in Primigravida WomenF. Nasiri Amiri
Hyperemesis Gravidarum is Associated with Oxidative
StressV. Fait, S. Sela, E. Ophir, O. Shnaider, J.
Nissimov, M. Tkach, Y. Hirsh, A. Veber, L. Tarasova, S. Khotaba and M.
Post-operative Complications After Caesarean Section
Among HIVinfected Women Are Related to the Immunological StatusS. Ferrero
Idiopathic Intrauterine Growth Retardation: The Role of
Placental ApoptosisA. Calugi, C. Malerba, A.R. Camilli, M.
Marziali, L. Patrizi and E. Piccione
Breech PresentationJ. Opalic, I. Babovic, M. Petronijevic, Z.
Bogdanovic, S. Vrzic, N. Jovanovic and P. Momcilov
– The Challenge and Risk of Modern Obstetrics