A Special Edition by

Gynecology and Obstetrics Research – Open Journal (GOROJ)

Submissions deadline: October, 2017

Final accepted manuscript published: January, 2018

Parveen Parasar, DVM, PhD

Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Boston Center for Endometriosis
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA 02115, USA
Tel. 6175259757
E-mail: suprovet@gmail.com

Introduction of Special Edition

Reproductive Disorders and Therapeutic Research Advancements

Aim of gynecology and obstetrics research is to fully understand the mechanism of pathogenesis of various diseases and discover novel strategies to treat them. The cutting-edge research performed on gynecologic diseases provides a platform to develop newer strategies and test therapeutics for the cue of reproductive disorders. For this special edition, we invite original research as well as editorials which pertain to investigation of pathogenetic mechanisms of obstetrical and gynecological issues and development of strategies to enhance the reproductive success rate and discover therapeutics for the diseases.

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Dr. Parveen Parasar

(Guest Editor)

A Special Edition by

Gynecology and Obstetrics Research – Open Journal (GOROJ)

Submissions deadline: October, 2017

Final accepted manuscript published: January, 2018

Parveen Parasar, DVM, PhD

Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Boston Center for Endometriosis
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA 02115, USA
Tel. 6175259757
E-mail: suprovet@gmail.com

Introduction of Special Edition

Special Edition on Advancements and Management of Reproductive Disorders

This special edition encourages the articles and editorials which discuss surgical and clinical management of gynecological diseases which may possess intervention of research in it. It is our honour to invite original research, case reports, case series and challenge to this special edition. This special edition will be useful for the readers to understand surgical and clinical skills as well as management strategies for handling the challenge cases.

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Dr. Parveen Parasar

(Guest Editor)

A Special Edition by

Gynecology and Obstetrics Research – Open Journal (GOROJ)

Submissions deadline: August 31st, 2016

Final accepted manuscript published: September 30th, 2016

Steven R. Lindheim, MD, MMM

Professor and Research Director
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Wright State University
Boonshoft School of Medicine
Miami Valley Hospital, 128 E Apple St Ste 300
Dayton OH, 45409-2902, USA
Tel. 937-208-2850
Email: Steven.Lindheim@wright.edu

Introduction of Special Edition

Obesity and Infertility and Pregnancy Outcomes

Obesity has become a worldwide epidemic affecting both developing and developed countries. Obesity impacts every organ system in the body, including the cerebrovascular, cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, and endocrine systems with serious health consequences. Moreover, from a reproductive health standpoint, the consequences include reduced menstrual function, fertility, success rates utilizing assisted reproductive technology (ART), and lower live birth rates. To manage overweight and obesity, recommendations on diet, lifestyle intervention, and bariatric surgery requires a complex, individualized approach. Significant barriers, however, remain in addressing obesity including communication skills and conscious and unconscious bias, which impacts essential health care. In this Special Edition, “Obesity and infertility and pregnancy outcomes,” we invite original research and editorials regarding the mechanisms, impact, management, and medical care related bias related to obesity and reproductive health care issues.

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Review

A Review of the Impact of Obesity on Reproduction and Potential Barriers In Conveying the Message

Stephanie Welsh, Leah D. Whigham, Rose Maxwell, Steven R. Lindheim*

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Dr. Steven Lindheim

(Guest Editor)