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Niche Delphi literatuur

1.            Jordans

IPM, de Leeuw RA, Stegwee SI, Amso NN, Barri-Soldevila PN, van den Bosch T, et

Sonographic examination of uterine niche in
non-pregnant women: a modified Delphi procedure. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol.

2019;53(1):107-15.

2.            Wang CB, Chiu WW,

Lee CY, Sun YL, Lin YH, Tseng CJ. Cesarean scar defect: correlation between

Cesarean section number, defect size, clinical symptoms and uterine position.

Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol. 2009;34(1):85-9.

3.            Tsuji S, Murakami

T, Kimura F, Tanimura S, Kudo M, Shozu M, et al. Management of secondary

infertility following cesarean section: Report from the Subcommittee of the

Reproductive Endocrinology Committee of the Japan Society of Obstetrics and

Gynecology. J Obstet Gynaecol Res. 2015;41(9):1305-12.

4.            Uppal T,

Lanzarone V, Mongelli M. Sonographically detected caesarean section scar

defects and menstrual irregularity. J

Obstet Gynaecol. 2011;31(5):413-6.

5.            van

der Voet LF, Bij de Vaate AM, Veersema S, Brolmann HA, Huirne JA. Long-term complications of caesarean section. The niche in the scar:

a prospective cohort study on niche prevalence and its relation to abnormal

uterine bleeding. BJOG.

2014;121(2):236-44.

6.            Bij

de Vaate AJ, Brolmann HA, van der Voet LF, van der Slikke JW, Veersema S,

Huirne JA. Ultrasound evaluation of the Cesarean scar:

relation between a niche and postmenstrual spotting. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol.

2011;37(1):93-9.

7.            Thurmond AS,

Harvey WJ, Smith SA. Cesarean section scar as a cause of abnormal vaginal

bleeding: diagnosis by sonohysterography. J Ultrasound Med. 1999;18(1):13-6;

quiz 7-8.

8.            Fabres C, Aviles

G, De La Jara C, Escalona J, Munoz JF, Mackenna A, et al. The cesarean delivery

scar pouch: clinical implications and diagnostic correlation between

transvaginal sonography and hysteroscopy. J Ultrasound Med. 2003;22(7):695-700;

quiz 1-2.

9.            Schepker N, Garcia-Rocha

GJ, von Versen-Hoynck F, Hillemanns P, Schippert C. Clinical diagnosis and

therapy of uterine scar defects after caesarean section in non-pregnant women. Arch Gynecol Obstet. 2015;291(6):1417-23.

10.          Bij

de Vaate AJ, van der Voet LF, Naji O, Witmer M, Veersema S, Brolmann HA, et al.

Prevalence, potential risk factors for development and

symptoms related to the presence of uterine niches following Cesarean section:

systematic review. Ultrasound Obstet

Gynecol. 2014;43(4):372-82.

11.          Stegwee

SI, Beij A, de Leeuw RA, Mokkink LB, van der Voet LF, Huirne JAF. Niche-related outcomes after caesarean section and quality of life:

a focus group study and review of literature. Qual Life Res.

2020;29(4):1013-25.

12.          Menada Valenzano

M, Lijoi D, Mistrangelo E, Costantini S, Ragni N. Vaginal ultrasonographic and

hysterosonographic evaluation of the low transverse incision after caesarean

section: correlation with gynaecological symptoms. Gynecol Obstet Invest.

2006;61(4):216-22.

13.          Xu HY, Yang MY,

Zhang X, Wang Q, Yi XF, Ding JX, et al. Efficacy of caesarean scar defect

repair in improving postmenstrual bleeding and factors associated with poor

effect. J Obstet Gynaecol. 2017;37(8):1076-81.

14.          Vissers J,

Hehenkamp W, Lambalk CB, Huirne JA. Post-Caesarean section niche-related

impaired fertility: hypothetical mechanisms. Hum Reprod. 2020;35(7):1484-94.

15.          Vissers

J, Sluckin TC, van Driel-Delprat CCR, Schats R, Groot CJM, Lambalk CB, et al. Reduced pregnancy and live birth rates after in vitro fertilization

in women with previous Caesarean section: a retrospective cohort study. Hum

Reprod. 2020;35(3):595-604.

16.          Wang YQ, Yin TL,

Xu WM, Qi QR, Wang XC, Yang J. Reproductive outcomes in women with prior

cesarean section undergoing in vitro fertilization: A retrospective

case-control study. J Huazhong Univ Sci Technolog Med Sci. 2017;37(6):922-7.

17.          Friedenthal J,

Alkon-Meadows T, Hernandez-Nieto C, Gounko D, Lee JA, Copperman A, et al. The

association between prior cesarean delivery and subsequent in vitro fertilization

outcomes in women undergoing autologous, frozen-thawed single euploid embryo

transfer. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2021;225(3):287 e1- e8.

18.          Vervoort A,

Vissers J, Hehenkamp W, Brolmann H, Huirne J. The effect of laparoscopic

resection of large niches in the uterine caesarean scar on symptoms, ultrasound

findings and quality of life: a prospective cohort study. BJOG.

2018;125(3):317-25.

19.          Asoglu MR, Celik

C, Ozturk E, Cavkaytar S, Bahceci M. Impact of Isthmocele on Assisted

Reproductive Treatment Outcomes: An Age-matched Retrospective Study. J Minim

Invasive Gynecol. 2021;28(5):1113-20.

20.          Naji O, Wynants L,

Smith A, Abdallah Y, Saso S, Stalder C, et al. Does the presence of a Caesarean

section scar affect implantation site and early pregnancy outcome in women

attending an early pregnancy assessment unit? Hum Reprod. 2013;28(6):1489-96.

21.          Mohapatra I,

Samantray SR. Scar Ectopic Pregnancy – An Emerging Challenge. Cureus.

2021;13(7):e16673.

22.          Ouyang Y, Li X, Yi

Y, Gong F, Lin G, Lu G. First-trimester diagnosis and management of Cesarean

scar pregnancies after in vitro fertilization-embryo transfer: a retrospective

clinical analysis of 12 cases. Reprod Biol Endocrinol. 2015;13:126.

23.          Morente LS, Leon

AIG, Reina MPE, Herrero JRA, Mesa EG, Lopez JSJ. Cesarean Scar Ectopic

Pregnancy-Case Series: Treatment Decision Algorithm and Success with Medical

Treatment. Medicina (Kaunas). 2021;57(4).

24.          Jauniaux E,

Mavrelos D, De Braud LV, Dooley W, Knez J, Jurkovic D. Impact of location on

placentation in live tubal and cesarean scar ectopic pregnancies. Placenta.

2021;108:109-13.

25.          Rotas MA, Haberman

S, Levgur M. Cesarean scar ectopic pregnancies: etiology, diagnosis, and

management. Obstet Gynecol. 2006;107(6):1373-81.

26.          Timor-Tritsch IE,

Monteagudo A, Cali G, Vintzileos A, Viscarello R, Al-Khan A, et al. Cesarean

scar pregnancy is a precursor of morbidly adherent placenta. Ultrasound Obstet

Gynecol. 2014;44(3):346-53.

27.          Timor-Tritsch I,

Buca D, Di Mascio D, Cali G, D’Amico A, Monteagudo A, et al. Outcome of cesarean

scar pregnancy according to gestational age at diagnosis: A systematic review

and meta-analysis. Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol. 2021;258:53-9.

28.          Timor-Tritsch IE,

Horwitz G, D’Antonio F, Monteagudo A, Bornstein E, Chervenak J, et al.

Recurrent Cesarean scar pregnancy: case series and literature review.

Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol. 2021;58(1):121-6.

29.          Singh N, Tripathi

R, Mala YM, Dixit R. Scar thickness measurement by transvaginal sonography in

late second trimester and third trimester in pregnant patients with previous

cesarean section: does sequential change in scar thickness with gestational age

correlate with mode of delivery? J Ultrasound. 2015;18(2):173-8.

30.          Pomorski M, Fuchs

T, Zimmer M. Prediction of uterine dehiscence using ultrasonographic parameters

of cesarean section scar in the nonpregnant uterus: a prospective observational

study. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 2014;14:365.

31.          Uharcek P,

Brestansky A, Ravinger J, Manova A, Zajacova M. Sonographic assessment of lower

uterine segment thickness at term in women with previous cesarean delivery.

Arch Gynecol Obstet. 2015;292(3):609-12.

32.          Sharma C, Surya M,

Soni A, Soni PK, Verma A, Verma S. Sonographic prediction of scar dehiscence in

women with previous cesarean section. J Obstet Gynaecol India.

2015;65(2):97-103.

33.          Risager JK,

Uldbjerg N, Glavind J. Cesarean scar thickness in non-pregnant women as a risk

factor for uterine rupture. J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med. 2020:1-6.

34.          Hobson SR, Kingdom

JC, Murji A, Windrim RC, Carvalho JCA, Singh SS, et al. No. 383-Screening,

Diagnosis, and Management of Placenta Accreta Spectrum Disorders. J Obstet

Gynaecol Can. 2019;41(7):1035-49.

35.          Doulaveris G,

Ryken K, Papathomas D, Estrada Trejo F, Fazzari MJ, Rotenberg O, et al. Early

prediction of placenta accreta spectrum in women with prior cesarean delivery

using transvaginal ultrasound at 11 to 14 weeks. Am J Obstet Gynecol MFM.

2020;2(4):100183.

36.          Happe SK, Rac MWF,

Moschos E, Wells CE, Dashe JS, McIntire DD, et al. Prospective First-Trimester

Ultrasound Imaging of Low Implantation and Placenta Accreta Spectrum. J

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37.          Committee on

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38.          Vimercati A, Dellino M, Crupano FM, Gargano G, Cicinelli E.

Ultrasonic assessment of cesarean section scar to vesicovaginal fold distance:

an instrument to estimate pre-labor uterine rupture risk. J Matern Fetal

Neonatal Med. 2021:1-5.