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The percentage of nonpregnant women who saw an ObGyn declined from 42% in 2011 to 38% in 2015
Both the American College of Physicians and the American Academy of Family Physicians recommend against performing screening pelvic exams in asymptomatic, nonpregnant adult women.
Incidence among males and nonpregnant females aged 1-9 years was 795 per 100,000, and increased with age, peaking at 1,073 per 100,000 among persons aged 10-19 years.
Most cases of invasive GBS disease are caused by 5 capsular types (Ia, Ib, II, III, and V), which together accounted for 88% of cases in nonpregnant adults during 1999-2005 (2).
A total of 35 pregnant women of 20-30 years of age in their third trimester of normal pregnancy (study group) and 30 nonpregnant women (control group) volunteered for the study.
Control cohorts consisted of 51 males and 45 nonpregnant females.
Irregular uterine contractility in the nonpregnant state of women with adenomyosis
Caption: Figure 1: The trends of the TSH and FT4 levels during pregnancy and in nonpregnant women.
Does it mean that courts must ignore all other similarities or differences between pregnant and nonpregnant workers?
The significance of this problem and insufficient number of practical works induced us to conduct a comparative investigation of impact of tap water with high composition of ions of ferrum, calcium, magnesium and fluorine on the structural and functional state of kidneys of nonpregnant and pregnant laboratory rats.
13 ( ANI ): Researchers have claimed that a pregnant woman is more likely to experience discrimination in the job search process than a nonpregnant woman.
vaginalis-associated BV in Bulgarian pregnant and nonpregnant women from different age ranges and to compare three distinct laboratory methods for G.
Long associated with a worse outcome, researchers have discovered that women treated for breast cancer while pregnant, in fact, have improved disease-free survival and a trend for improved overall survival compared to nonpregnant females treated for the disease.
The state also established a co-payment for Medicaid prescriptions for nonpregnant adults and eliminated more than 25,000 adults from its rolls through tighter eligibility.