Published: 01-04-2024

CAESAREAN SCAR PREGNANCY: DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT DILEMMAS

Dr. Ashwini Vishalakshi, Dr. P.Reddi Rani, Dr. Lopamudra B. John (Author)

CURRENT STATUS OF OXYTOCIN RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS

Ms. Arti, Dr. Sneha Vangaveti, Dr. Vijay L. Kumar (Author)

UPDATE ON VAGINAL INFECTIONS

Dr. Sandhya Jain, Dr. Astha Srivastava (Author)

ROLE OF CONDOM CATHETER IN MANAGING POSTPARTUM HAEMORRHAGE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRY, INDIA

IOG Webmaster, Dr. Ruchika Garg, Dr. Vishy Agarwal, Dr. Saroj Singh, Dr. Rekha Rani, Dr. Meenal Jain (Author)

VULVODYNIA IN INDIAN WOMEN: A STUDY OF THE MAGNITUDE OF THE PROBLEM AND ITS MANAGEMENT OUTCOME

Dr. Kavita Mandal, Dr. Shweta Rai, Dr. Alka Kriplani, Dr. Nutan Agarwal, Dr. Aarti Kapil, Dr. Neerja Bhatla (Author)

RAPIDLY PROGRESSING GLOMERULONEPHRITIS IN PREGNANCY WITH A SUCCESSFUL FOETAL OUTCOME

Acute glomerulonephritis {GN) occurs in one in 40,000 pregnancies. Incidence of chronic kidney disease {CKD) in pregnancy is 3 in 10,000. Rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis (RPGN) is a disease of the kidney characterized clinically by a rapid decrease in the glomerular filtration rate (GFR) of at least 50% over a short period i.e. from few days to three months. We report a case of a pregnant 33-year-old woman with RPGN who had a successful foetal outcome. The patient had renal and lung involvement which progressed to End-stage renal disease (ESRD). She was dependent on dialysis and awaiting renal transplant., Dr. Suhasini Raina (Author)

TWO CASES OF CONGENITAL TUBERCULOSIS

Dr. Caroline Simon, Dr. Ram Balkrishna Deoskar, Dr. Medha Deepak Bargaje, Dr. Anita Tulshiramji Anokar, Dr. Saurabh Singh (Author)

PRIMARY UMBILICAL ENDOMETRIOSIS: A CASE REPORT

Dr. Sangita Patra, Dr. Sangita Patra, Dr. Indrani Das, Dr. Prof. Partha Mukherjee (Author)