Publications (5)1.54 Total impact
- International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics 10/2012; 119:S860. DOI:10.1016/S0020-7292(12)62196-1 · 1.54 Impact Factor
- Sultan Qaboos University medical journal 05/2012; 12(2):225-227. DOI:10.12816/0003117
Article: Ovarian Hernia: A rarity.[Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: Ovarian hernias are extremely rare. The prevalence of ovaries and fallopian tubes in operable inguinal hernias is only about 2.9%. We report here an unusual case of an ovary in a hernia sac in an adult female. She presented with symptoms and signs of an incarcerated left inguinal hernia. The left ovary contained a haemorrhagic cyst and, along with the left fallopian tube and broad ligament, these were found in the sac. She underwent a left ovarian cystectomy and the inguinal hernia was repaired with mesh.Sultan Qaboos University medical journal 05/2012; 12(2):225-7.
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ABSTRACT: The objective of this study was to determine the vitamin D status of pregnant Omanis by measurement of their circulating 25 hydroxy vitamin D levels. Blood samples were obtained from a cohort of 103 consecutive healthy pregnant Omanis at the Armed Forces Hospital, Muscat, on their first antenatal visit. The study took place in May, June and July 2010. Vitamin D deficiency was present in 34 (33%) of patients (25OHD3 <25 nmol/L), 'at risk' levels were found in 67 (65%) patients (25OHD3 25-50 nmol/L); two patients (1.9%) had values between 50 and 75 nmol/L, and no patients in the optimal range >75 nmol/L. If confirmed, these findings indicate the need for vitamin D replacement during pregnancy and lactation. Although not evidence based we recommend at least 1000 IU of cholecalciferol, (vitamin D3) daily.Sultan Qaboos University medical journal 02/2011; 11(1):52-5.
Sultan Qaboos University
Masqaţ, Muḩāfaz̧at Masqaţ, Oman
- Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology