Journal of Clinical Gynecology and Obstetrics

jcgo_120 Editor-in-Chief
G. Willy Davila, MD, FACOG, FPMRS, Clinical Associate Professor, Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of South Florida, USA

ISSN: 1927-1271 print
ISSN: 1927-128X online
Frequency: Quarterly
Journal Access: Open Access
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  • Miliary Tuberculosis Presenting as Pyrexia of Unknown Origin in Pregnancy

    Miliary tuberculosis (TB) due to the widespread dissemination of Mycobacterium tuberculosis remains rare, occurring in less than 1-2% of cases, and is usually associated with risk factors including female gender, extremes of age, immunosuppressed states, poor socioeconomic status and alcoholism.

  • A Clinical Experience to Assess Safety and Efficacy of Fixed Dose Combination of Clindamycin and Clotrimazole in the Treatment of Patients With Mixed Bacterial and Fungal Vaginosis

    Five hundred patients with clinical diagnosis of infective vaginosis entered this multi-center, prospective, open-label, non-comparative study.

  • Native Tissue Repair and Principles of Wound Healing: Introducing the Concept of Regenerative Surgery in Vaginal Prolapse Repair

    Following the widespread use of vaginal synthetic mesh for vaginal prolapse repair and subsequent complications, native tissue vaginal surgery is once again gaining popularity.

  • Urogenital Biomolecular and Physical Measures in Pre- and Post-Menopausal Women

    A clinical study was conducted to evaluate biomolecules and physical measures in the urogenital skin of pre-menopausal and post-menopausal women.

  • Fetal Heart Rate as an Indirect Indicator of Treatment Response in Fetal Hyperthyroidism Secondary to Transplacental Passage of Maternal Thyrotropin Receptor Antibodies

    Maternal hyperthyroidism is prevalent in 0.2-0.4% of pregnancies. Graves’ disease accounts for 85% of these cases. Approximately 1-5% of neonates born to these mothers develop hyperthyroidism.





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Success of In Vitro Fertilization: A Researched Science or a Performance Indicator
Divisions of reproductive medicine often perceive the live birth rate (LBR) as the single most important performance indicator for any infertility clinic, and it reflects on the quality of their services. Due to this perception, some infertility experts might refrain from disclosing these rates in publications as a researched science.
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Grey Platelet Syndrome and Pregnancy: A Case Report and Literature Review

Grey platelet syndrome is an uncommon hereditary platelet disorder, and is characterized by thrombocytopenia and platelet dysfunction with a specific absence of alpha-granules. Electronic microscopy is a quick test that can confirm the diagnosis. We present perinatal results of a patient with diagnosed grey platelet syndrome. Full Text

Featured Article

Tendency Prediction for Atonic Bleeding Following a Problem-Free Pregnancy
The incidence of postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) has increased globally; however, the reasons for this are largely unknown. PPH is potentially fatal and atonic PPH can occur even in low-risk pregnancies. In this study, we aimed to identify the causes of atonic bleeding following a problem-free pregnancy. One thousand, four hundred sixty-six patients with problem-free pregnancies who experienced total bleeding 2 h after vaginal delivery were divided into two groups based on the amount of blood loss. Full Text

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Table of Contents


COVID-19: Beware of Potentially Serious Indirect Consequences on Women’s Health Abstract HTML PDF
G. Willy Davila 1-2

Original Article

Regional Differences in External Cephalic Version and Management of Vaginal Breech Delivery: A Survey in the Netherlands Abstract HTML PDF Suppl1
Tessa J. Slutter, Danniek A.M. Vinkenvleugel, Maria G. van Pampus, Leonie E. van Rheenen-Flach, Brenda B. Hermsen, Joost Velzel 3-11
I-STOP Sling Tape: Is It Associated With Reduced Exposure Rates in Apical Prolapse and Urinary Incontinence Procedures? Abstract HTML PDF
David A. Ossin, G. Willy Davila 12-16

Case Report

Proximal Hamstring Avulsion During Childbirth Abstract HTML PDF
Marya Ghazzi, Justin D. Stull, Christopher J. Mehallo, Christopher C. Dodson 17-20
Primary Fallopian Tube Carcinoma Preoperatively Diagnosed as Cervical Cancer Abstract HTML PDF
Misa Kobayashi, Hiroshi Adachi 21-24
Uterine Artery Embolization Prior to Induced Second-Trimester Abortion With Placenta Previa: Report of a Series of Cases Abstract HTML PDF
Patricia Perez-Moneo Perez, Nerea Ruiz Sacedon, Belen Aparicio Navarro, Jorge Gomez Valdes, Reyes Balanza Chancosa 25-28

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