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Oxidative DNA Damage in Male Germ Cells in Normozoospermic Infertile Men: A Case for Concern

Abstract: Background: Sperm DNA is highly susceptible to oxidative damage due to various endogenous/exogenous factors and deficient DNA damage detection and repair mechanisms. Telomeres are the favourable targets for oxidative damage.


The Effect of Estrogen Receptor Modulator (Raloxifene) on Endometrioma Cells in Culture

Abstract: Objective: To study the effect of raloxifene on endometrioma cells in culture.
Methods: Three cell lines were developed from endometriomas removed surgically. These were treated with Raloxifene in a concentration of 200 micrograms/milliliter of culture medium.


Congenital Choroid Plexus Papilloma of Right Ventricle Following Treatment with Phlebotonic during Pregnancy

Abstract: An extremely rare congenital choroid plexus papilloma of right ventricle of the brain was diagnosed in a newborn at three weeks of age. Due to the increasing production of the liquor the tumor was removed surgically 2 days later.


Unicornuate Uterus with Multiple Skeletal Defects and Large Regions of Homozygosity

Abstract: The presence of any three of the vertebral defects, anal atresia, cardiac defects, trachea-esophageal fistula, renal or limb anomalies describes VACTERL/VATER syndrome. In addition to these defects, patients may have other anomalies and its incidence ranges between 1 in 10,000 to 1 in 40,000 live born infants.

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Austin Journal of Reproductive Medicine & Infertility is an international scholarly, peer review, Open Access journal, aims to promote the research in Reproductive Medicine that compact with prevention, analysis & management of reproductive problems.

Austin Journal of Reproductive Medicine & Infertility is a comprehensive Open Access peer reviewed scientific journal that covers multidisciplinary fields.

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Clinical Experience with Vaginal Gestrinone in Pentravan® in the Treatment of Endometriosis Pain

Abstract An open clinical trial was conducted with 47 patients with endometriosis and pain, previously treated unsuccessfully with progestin alone or continuous oral contraceptives.

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