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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 56, Number 5, 1 October 2016

Twinning: Double, double, toil and trouble?
pp. 445-446(2)
Author: Boothroyd, Clare

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Natural childbirth ideology is endangering women and babies
pp. 447-449(3)
Authors: Dietz, Hans Peter; Exton, Lynda

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Every caesarean section must count
pp. 450-452(3)
Authors: Ellwood, David; Oats, Jeremy

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Outcomes of breech birth by mode of delivery: a population linkage study
pp. 453-459(7)
Authors: Bin, Yu Sun; Roberts, Christine L.; Ford, Jane B.; Nicholl, Michael C.

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Knowledge, advice and attitudes toward women driving a car after caesarean section or hysterectomy: A survey of obstetrician/gynaecologists and midwives
pp. 460-465(6)
Authors: Shand, Antonia W.; Harpham, Margie E.; Lainchbury, Anne; McCormack, Lalla; Leung, Stefanie; Nassar, Natasha

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Gestational hypertensive disease in twin pregnancy: Influence on outcomes in a large national prospective cohort
pp. 466-470(5)
Authors: Hehir, Mark P.; Breathnach, Fionnuala M.; McAuliffe, Fionnuala M.; Geary, Michael P.; Daly, Sean; Higgins, John; Hunter, Alyson; Morrison, John J.; Burke, Gerard; Higgins, Shane; Mahony, Rhona; Dicker, Patrick; Tully, Elizabeth C.; Malone, Fergal D.

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Knowledge and beliefs about nutrition and physical activity during pregnancy in women from South Auckland region, New Zealand
pp. 471-483(13)
Authors: Okesene‐Gafa, Karaponi; Chelimo, Carol; Chua, Shireen; Henning, Marcus; McCowan, Lesley

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Intrauterine anaesthetic after hysteroscopy to reduce post‐operative pain – A double blind randomised controlled trial
pp. 484-488(5)
Authors: Mahomed, Kassam; McLean, Jim; Ahmed, Muhtashim; Zolotarev, Boris; Shaddock, Natalie

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Optimising recovery after surgery: Predictors of early discharge and hospital readmission
pp. 489-495(7)
Authors: Carter, Jonathan; Philp, Shannon; Wan, King M.

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Simulation training in obstetrics and gynaecology: What's happening on the frontline?
pp. 496-502(7)
Authors: Wilson, Erin; Janssens, Sarah; Hewett, David G.; Jolly, Brian; Beckmann, Michael

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Clinicopathological study of ovarian carcinoid tumours
pp. 508-513(6)
Authors: McGrath, Shaun; Nicklin, James

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Single embryo transfer for all?
pp. 514-517(4)
Authors: Miller, Laura M.; Hodgson, Ruth; Wong, Tze Yoong; Merrilees, Margaret; Norman, Robert J.; Johnson, Neil P.

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Diagnostic laparoscopy in pre‐surgical planning for higher stage endometriosis: Is it still relevant?
pp. 518-522(5)
Authors: Menakaya, Uche A.; Rombauts, Luk; Johnson, Neil P.

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How do women seeking abortion choose between surgical and medical abortion? Perspectives from abortion service providers
pp. 523-529(7)
Authors: Newton, Danielle; Bayly, Chris; McNamee, Kathleen; Hardiman, Annarella; Bismark, Marie; Webster, Amy; Keogh, Louise

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Fasting target for hyperglycaemia in pregnancy
pp. 530-531(2)
Authors: Moses, Robert G.; Wong, Veronica C.K.; Lambert, Kelly; Morris, Gary J.

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Maternal ethnicity, stillbirth and neonatal death risk in Western Australia 1998–2010
pp. 532-536(5)
Authors: Farrant, Brad M.; Shepherd, Carrington C.J.

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The changing birth suite experience for Australian medical students
pp. 537-542(6)
Authors: Hogan, Emma; Woods, Cindy; Buttrose, Maryke; Abenthum, Linda; Cheng, Hon C.; Costa, Caroline

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Has the twin rate after in vitro fertilisation really decreased in Australia?
pp. 543-544(2)
Authors: Newitt, Charlotte C.; Davies, Michael J.; Mol, Ben W.

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Inferior epigastric artery: Prevention of injury
pp. 544-544(1)
Author: Benzie, Ronald

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