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  Volume 4, Issue 2 (Spring 2019)  

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Women experience various degrees of fear of childbirth during pregnancy. Providing mental support for pregnant women and using psychological techniques aimed at reducing their fear of childbirth during pregnancy are highly recommended.



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 Our mortality and morbidity rate is much lower than reported ones, indicating the high-level ability, skill and knowledge of the surgeons.



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✅ The recurrence time of epithelial borderline ovarian tumor was 14±2 months. There was no significant relationship between postoperative medicinal treatment and the recurrence rate.



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✅ The results of the current study showed that the DAPK1 gene can be introduced as a possible prognosis for cervical cancer diagnosis and treatment. However, more extensive studies with more samples are needed to be carried out.



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Although maternal mental well-being reduces in the second half of pregnancy until after giving birth, attending childbirth preparation classes stabilizes prepartum and postpartum maternal mental well-being.



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It seems that a complete multidisciplinary study is needed to minimize fetal health risks and to optimize maternal treatment outcomes.



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Preventing acute Toxoplasma infection is very effective during pregnancy. Timely treatment can prevent the fetal and neonatal complications of toxoplasmosis.



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The severity of thrombocytopenia and the level of NRBC in IUGR neonates are directly related to abnormal umbilical artery Doppler and consequently, chronic hypoxia in these neonates. Furthermore, IVH is more likely to occur in neonates with chronic hypoxia. Early and perinatal diagnoses of these abnormalities can help us treat them faster and reduce long-term morbidities.




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