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15-16-17

Overview page. Subjects: Music.

15-16-17 was a female vocal trio formed in 1974 in the UK, although they came from Jamaica. The line-up consisted of Sonia Williams, Christine McNabb and her sister Wraydette McNabb. ...

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Prevalence of endometriosis diagnosed by laparoscopy in adolescents with dysmenorrhea or chronic pelvic pain: a systematic review

E.B. Janssen, A.C.M. Rijkers, K. Hoppenbrouwers, C. Meuleman and T.M. D'Hooghe.

in Human Reproduction Update

September 2013; p ublished online May 2013 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Reproductive Medicine; Critical Care. 6697 words.

BACKGROUND

Endometriosis associated with pain symptoms in adolescents has been extensively reported, but the exact prevalence is unclear because pain...

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The influence of the number of follicles on pregnancy rates in intrauterine insemination with ovarian stimulation: a meta-analysis

M.M.E. van Rumste, I.M. Custers, F. van der Veen, M. van Wely, J.L.H. Evers and B.W.J. Mol.

in Human Reproduction Update

January 2008; p ublished online August 2008 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Critical Care; Reproductive Medicine. 5288 words.

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The influence of multifollicular growth on pregnancy rates in subfertile couples undergoing intrauterine insemination (IUI) with controlled...

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Maternal smoking in pregnancy and birth defects: a systematic review based on 173 687 malformed cases and 11.7 million controls

Allan Hackshaw, Charles Rodeck and Sadie Boniface.

in Human Reproduction Update

January 2011; p ublished online July 2011 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Critical Care; Reproductive Medicine. 8597 words.

BACKGROUND

There is uncertainty over whether maternal smoking is associated with birth defects. We conducted the first ever comprehensive systematic review...

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