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Aims and Scope
Mathews Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics (ISSN 2572-6501) — is an open access journal publishes original studies and reports, which provide significance and board impact on a wider audience. The main scope of the journal is in its primary sections of gestational age, pregnancy complication, postmenopausal women, pelvic organ prolapse, oral contraceptive, caesarean section, umbilical cord, oxytocin, fetal growth restriction, menstrual cycle, ectopic pregnancy, maternal mortality, premature rupture of membranes, gestational diabetes mellitus, pregnancy induced hypertension, reproductive health, pregnancy, ovarian research, reproductive biology, lactation and breastfeeding.
Editors and Editorial Board
Editorial process of gynecology and obstetrics journal and decisions on manuscripts submitted to the journal are the responsibility of the Editorial Board and journal staff.
Mathews Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics (MJGO) Print ISSN: 2572-6501and Online ISSN: 2572-6501 is published Bimonthly, a Volume/year.
Benefits of authors
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Published : 26th July 2019
Author : Fred Yao Gbagbo
Citation : Gbagbo FY. (2019). Women’s Prior Knowledge of The Abortion Law and Decision-Making on Choice of Place for Abortion Services in Accra, Ghana. Mathews J Gynecol Obstet 4(1): 17.
Published : 18th December 2018
Authors : Juliana Santana de Curcio1 , Raisa Melo Lima1 , Lucas Nojosa Oliveira1 , Marielle Garcia Silva1 , Andreia Marcelino Barbosa2 , Lívia do Carmo Silva1 , Thaynara Gonzaga Santos1 , Isabele Pereira Tannous1 , Kleber Santiago Freitas e Silva*1
Citation : Silva KSF, Curcio JSD, Lima RM, Oliveira LN, et al. (2018). Structure-Based Design of TFF3-PAR2 Inhibitor Peptides as A Promising New Therapeutic Approach for Endometriosis Patients. Mathews J Gynecol Obstet. 3(1): 016.
Published : 17th December 2018
Author : Ahmed Hassan Sayed Ahmed*
Citation : Ahmed AHS. (2018). Cesarean Scar Endometriosis: is Surgical Management Enough?. Mathews J Gynecol Obstet. 3(1): 015.
Published : 23rd February 2018
Authors : Mohamed Rezk¹*, Osama Elkelani¹, Haitham Hamza¹, Mohamed Shawky2 , Hala Marawan³
Citation : Rezk M, Elkelani O, Hamza H, Shawky M, et al. (2018). Impact of Etonogestrel Subdermal Implant Versus Depot-Medroxyprogesterone Acetate Injection on Menstrual Changes And Uterine Artery Doppler Indices: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Mathews J Gynecol Obstet. 3(1): 14.
Published : 14th January 2018
Author : Kazuo Maeda
Citation : Maeda k. (2018). Prevention of Cerebral Palsy Caused By Intrapartum Fetal Brain Damage with Novel Hypoxia Index. Mathews J Gynecol Obstet. 3(1): 013.
Published : 22nd September 2017
Authors : Woojin Chong1 , Nicolae Tudorica2 , Erika Banks3
Citation : Chong W, Tudorica N and Banks E. (2017). Surgical Expression of an Un-Ruptured 12-Week Interstitial Ectopic Pregnancy. Mathews J Gynecol Obstet. 2(1): 012.
Published : 04th September 2017
Author : Siniša Franjić
Citation : Franjić S. (2017). Could Termination of Pregnancy Become a Criminal Act. Mathews J Gynecol Obstet. 2(1): 011.
Published : 12th June 2017
Authors : Woojin Chong*, John Andrew Fantl
Citation : Chong, W and Fantl, JA. (2017). Marsupialization of Skene's Gland Cyst. Mathews J Gynecol Obstet. 2(1): 010.
Published : 10th May 2017
Authors : Jyoti Malik1 , Ashima Das2 , Pinki Rai2 *, Sibadatta Das3
Citation : Malik J, Das A, Rai P and Das S. (2017). Risk of Scar Dehiscence in Women with Previous Cesarean Section on Ultrasonography. Mathews J Gynecol Obstet. 2(1): 009.