frequently cited cause of decreased clinical pregnancy rates in in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles(6). It has been suggested that trial transfers under ultrasound guidance improve conception rates. Saline infusion sonography involves the use of soft tip Foley’s catheter for the introduction of saline used for cavity distension and checking for free spill(7). Cervical dilation with a Hegar’s dilator may be needed prior to introduction of this Foley’s catheter in cases of stenosis. Since a stenosis that
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support to gifted children, regardless of their current or past experience with gifted children and in spite of the lack of consensus over the conception of what giftedness in young children is. Although the notion of a gifted child was ambiguous for those without first-hand experience with gifted children, this did not diminish their advocacy for identification of and additional support to extend the gifts and talents of young children.
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uterine cavity in successful implantation is of paramount importance. Unsuspected subtle abnormalities affect implantation and reduce chances of conception. In a study to assess the role of hysteroscopy prior to artificial reproductive technologies (ART) in women with unexplained infertility, 31.8% had intrauterine lesions; polyps being the most common pathology(6).
The ESHRE (European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology) and RCOG (Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists) do not
Journal of Ultrasonography , ISSUE 77, 113–119
The structural cohesion model is a powerful theoretical conception of cohesion in social groups, but its diffusion in empirical literature has been hampered by operationalization and computational problems. In this paper, we start from the classic definition of structural cohesion as the minimum number of actors who need to be removed in a network in order to disconnect it, and extend it by using average node connectivity as a finer grained measure of cohesion. We present useful heuristics for
Journal of Social Structure , ISSUE 1, 1–36
. Verification of the models is performed by a comparison of the results of modeling with the experimental diagrams. The specific values of the empirical coefficients, used in modeling of the burning process in the engines under study, are determined. The practical recommendations on the choice of the burning model depending on the working process conception are given.
Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 39–48
The paper deals with the problems of routing control algorithms of new conception of tram vehicle bogie. The main goal of these research activities is wear reduction of rail wheels and tracks, wear reduction of traction energy losses and increasing of running comfort. The testing experimental tram vehicle with special bogie construction powered by traction battery is utilized for these purposes. This vehicle has a rotary bogie with independent rotating wheels driven by permanent magnets
Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 43–51
Introduction: Heterotopic pregnancy is a rare, but potentially life-threatening pathology. The diagnosis of heterotopic pregnancy is still one of the biggest challenges in modern gynecology. The incidence of those pregnancies in natural conception is about 1:30000. Case presentation: We present an unusual case of a heterotopic pregnancy which was misdiagnosed in the first trimester as a dichorionic twin pregnancy. At 13 weeks of gestation, the patient presented with an acute abdomen
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autonomy on student achievement, but neither does the evidence reject the contribution of autonomy. Rather, the evidence points to autonomy as a key and necessary component of a mature and high-performing system, as it is in other areas of public administration. However, the wider institutional context matters, and parallel policies like accountability and leadership development need to be in place. Crucially, and counter to popular conception, more rather than less systemic support is needed for the
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talent will be identified, challenged and extended, along with those demonstrating high ability in a Eurocentric conception of giftedness, leading to a truly bicultural gifted and talented education model. This article describes how theory and research have informed and changed the Bream Bay College concept of gifted and talented students and the methods used to identify them. Culturally appropriate concepts and identification procedures that recognise and cater for a wide range of gifts and talents
Apex , ISSUE 1, 115–130
M. Anne Brown
Borderlands , ISSUE 1, 88–114