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Articles by Sadiye Eren
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  Cetin Kilicci , Banu Bayram and Sadiye Eren
  The discovery that hyperhomocysteinemia may be responsible for several pregnacy complications has only recently been made. With this study, it is aimed to determine levels of homocysteine in pregnant women encountered with abortus imminens, abortus incompletus and abortus. In the study in 35 abortus imminens, 36 abortus incompletus, 30 abortus missed and 33 healthy pregnant women, homocysteine levels are specified by making use of competitive immunoassay technique. Homocysteine levels were determined in the abortus imminens group as 8.78±5.29 μmol L-1 in the abortus incompletus group as 10.55±4.49 μmol L-1, in abortus missed group as 9.03±4.29 μmol L-1 and as 4.87±1.27 μmol L-1 in the control group. Homocysteine levels were found to be excessively high with all abortus groups when compared to the control group (p<0.0001). The homocysteine levels of pregnant individuals using folic acid (7.354±3.78 μmol L-1) in comparison to those not using (9.58±5.27 μmol L-1) was determined as significantly low (p<0.01). As a result of this study, it cannot be explained that all abortus develop in parallel with hyperhomocysteinemia. However, hyperhomocysteinemia is together with an increased risk of abortus and such a risk might possibly be reduced with use of folic acid, it should definitely be recommended to use folic acid.
  Selcuk AYAS , Ayse GURBUZ , Guray TUNA , Mehmet Akif SARGIN , Akif ALKAN and Sadiye EREN
  Aim: To evaluate the reproductive outcome after hysteroscopic metroplasty in women with a septate uterus, with particular focus on patients suffering from unexplained infertility. Materials and methods: Hysteroscopic septum resection was performed on 181 patients with uterine septa, including 98 patients with infertility and 83 patients with secondary infertility. Patients were placed into 1 of 3 groups: those with unexplained infertility, those who had experienced 1 miscarriage, and those who had experienced 2 or more miscarriages. All were analyzed retrospectively in terms of their reproductive outcome. Results: After undergoing the hysteroscopic septum resection, 43 out of 98 primary infertility patients became pregnant (43.8%). This figure was lower than the pregnancy rates for patients who had experienced 1 miscarriage or 2 or more miscarriages, 70.2% and 82.6%, respectively (P < 0.05). In spontaneous pregnancies, the miscarriage rate for those who had experienced 1 previous miscarriage decreased from 88.1% (37/42) to 13.6% (3/22, P < 0.001); for those who had experienced 2 or more previous miscarriages, it decreased from 96.5% (168/174) to 17.1% (7/41, P < 0.001). The term delivery rate and live birth rate also rose significantly in all of the groups (P < 0.05). The rate of cesarean sections was 28 out of 107 births, or 26.1%. Conclusion: The reproductive prognosis for patients with unexplained infertility can be improved significantly by performing hysteroscopic metroplasty. Vaginal delivery is a safe way of giving birth for these patients.
 
 
 
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