BhCG

AcronymDefinition
BhCGbeta human chorionic gonadotrophin
BhCGBendigo Health Care Group
BhCGBarn Hill Conservation Group (London, England, UK)
BhCGBreast Health Connection of Georgia (est. 1994)
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The role of methotrexate followed in the conservative management of morbidly adherent placenta is not clear and is not routinely recommended for every patient.6 During follow-up, serum BHCG should be done on a weekly basis to ensure its falling level.
On the other hand, in cases of digynic triploidy, the biochemistry demonstrates markedly decreased free BHCG and PAPP-A MoMs (2,8).
One hundred sixty-one patients whose Day one, four and seven results were recorded in the hospital information system and who were followed up until their BhCG levels decreased <10 IU/L were enrolled in the study.
There was no significant difference in serum progesterone level of women with positive BHCG in comparison with non-pregnant women according to embryo transfer day.
The ceremony itself was hosted by the founding president of BHCG and chief concierge of the Four Seasons, Khalil Al Yaman, and was attended by Les Clefs d'Or's zone director of Arabia & Western Asia, Abbey Sam.
The interview process for the new Les Clefs d'Or members from the BHCG was conducted by: Abey Sam, UICH zone director Arabian & Western Asia and president of Les Clefs d'Or UAE; first vice president Kamal Jalayath; third vice president Oussama Itani; general secretary of the organisation, Mahesh Brid; and public relations officer Cleatus George.
Abbreviations GCT: Germ cell tumour STM: Somatic type malignancy PNET: Primitive neuroectodermal tumours FISH: Fluorescence in situ hybridization CT: Computerized tomography bHCG: Beta human chorionic gonadotropin AFP: Alpha fetoprotein LDH: Lactate dehydrogenase MPNST: Malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumour.
The diagnostic criteria proposed include [1] no previous gynecologic malignancy, solitary or predominant lung lesion with the exclusion of a gonadal primary site, elevated bhCG titers that normalize after surgery or chemotherapy, and pathologic confirmation of the disease
Hematological evaluation showed, white cell count 5400/[mm.sup.3], hemoglobin 11 g/dl, hematocrit 33% and BHCG was 5700 lU/l.
(2) Postoperative angiographic embolization of feeder vessels is possible and placental involution can be followed by serial bHCG.Some authors advocate preoperative systemic methotrexate in the management of abdominal pregnancy.
(21) However, because of the different clinical presentation of the pediatric immature teratomas, the patient should be followed periodically with diagnostic imaging, and evaluation of serum tumor markers, including alpha fetoprotein, and BHCG.