Departamento de Obstetrícia e Ginecologia - FM/MOG

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O Departamento de Obstetrícia e Ginecologia da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo (FMUSP) desenvolve pesquisas e dedica-se à formação de profissionais da área gineco-obstétrica. Conta com comissões específicas que cuidam da avaliação de projetos, fomento, aspectos bioéticos e éticos em suas execuções e acompanhamentos. Tais atividades são exercidas no âmbito interno da Clínica e também das Instituições maiores (Faculdade e Hospital).

Além disso, a Disciplina de Ginecologia mantém um dos Laboratórios de Investigação Médica (LIM-59), que reúne um potencial bastante grande e seleto de recursos bio-tecnológicos e material humano consorciados; bem como sua utilização compartilhada, alavancando pesquisas que apresentariam dificuldade muito grande na sua execução isolada.

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Non-invasive imaging techniques for diagnosis of pelvic deep endometriosis and endometriosis classification systems: an International Consensus Statement
(2024) CONDOUS, G.; GERGES, B.; THOMASSIN-NAGGARA, I; BECKER, C.; TOMASSETTI, C.; KRENTEL, H.; HERENDAEL, B. J. van; MALZONI, M.; ABRAO, M. S.; SARIDOGAN, E.; KECKSTEIN, J.; HUDELIST, G.
The International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG) and International Deep Endometriosis Analysis (IDEA) group, the European Endometriosis League (EEL), the European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE), ESHRE, the International Society for Gynecologic Endoscopy (ISGE), the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL) and the European Society of Urogenital Radiology (ESUR) elected an international, multidisciplinary panel of gynecological surgeons, sonographers, and radiologists, including a steering committee, which searched the literature for relevant articles in order to review the literature and provide evidence-based and clinically relevant statements on the use of imaging techniques for non-invasive diagnosis and classification of pelvic deep endometriosis. Preliminary statements were drafted based on review of the relevant literature. Following two rounds of revisions and voting orchestrated by chairs of the participating societies, consensus statements were finalized. A final version of the document was then resubmitted to the society chairs for approval. Twenty statements were drafted, of which 14 reached strong and three moderate agreement after the first voting round. The remaining three statements were discussed by all members of the steering committee and society chairs and rephrased, followed by an additional round of voting. At the conclusion of the process, 14 statements had strong and five statements moderate agreement, with one statement left in equipoise. This consensus work aims to guide clinicians involved in treating women with suspected endometriosis during patient assessment, counselling, and planning of surgical treatment strategies.
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Evaluation of HLA-DQ2 and HLA-DQ8 haplotypes in patients with endometriosis, A case-control study
(2024) ANDRES, Marina P.; PELOGGIA, Alessandra; ABRAO, Henrique M.; MAGALHAES, Thais F.; SIUFI NETO, Joao; ABRAO, Mauricio Simoes
Objective: To evaluate the relationship between genetic haplotypes associated with celiac disease (Human Leucocyte Antigen [HLA] DQ2 and DQ8) with the diagnosis, clinical presentation, and location of endometriosis in Brazilian women. Method: A retrospective cross-sectional study, was conducted in a Tertiary hospital. Patients: Women aged 18-50 years who underwent HLA-DQ2 and HLA-DQ8 haplotype analysis. Intervention:The patients were divided into endometriosis and control groups and evaluated for symptoms; endometriosis location, American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) stage, and the presence of anti -tissue transglutaminase IgA (anti-TgA), HLA-DQ2, and HLA-DQ8 markers. Results: A total of 434 consecutive patients with (n = 315) and without (n = 119) endometriosis were included. Pain and infertility were more frequent in the endometriosis group than in the control group. The presence of HLA-DQ2, HLA-DQ8, and anti-TgA was similar between both groups. The presence of HLA-DQ2 and HLA-DQ8 markers did not differ based on age, pain symptoms, ASRM stage, or endometriosis location. Conclusion: Although there are similarities in inflammatory markers and pathophysiology between celiac disease and endometriosis, this study found no significant associations in the presence of HLA-DQ2 or HLA-DQ8 haplotypes and endometriosis.
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Menstrual pattern in polycystic ovary syndrome and hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis immaturity in adolescents: a systematic review and meta-analysis
(2024) ZUCHELO, Lea T. S.; ALVES, Mayara S.; BARACAT, Edmund C.; SORPRESO, Isabel C. E.; JR, Jose M. Soares
ObjectiveTo analyze differences in the menstrual pattern, age at menarche, and body mass index (BMI) in adolescents with Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Ovarian (HPO) axis immaturity and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) through a systematic review and meta-analysis.MethodsThe PubMed, EMBASE, Web of Science, Virtual Health Library, Scopus databases were searched using combinations of descriptors. Study quality was assessed using the Newcastle-Ottawa Scale. For data analysis, the results were grouped into PCOS group and NPCOS group (HPO axis immaturity). We performed a meta-analysis of raw data and the inverse variance method, employing the standardized mean difference, of the age at menarche and BMI of adolescents.ResultsParticipants totaled 1,718 from nine selected studies. The meta-analysis showed that the PCOS group had a higher BMI than the NPCOS group (SMD 0.334; CI95% 0.073 - 0.595; p = .012). The degree of heterogeneity of the studies was approximately 40%. No significant difference in age at menarche (SMD - 0.027; CI95% -0.227 - 0.172; p = 0.790) and menstrual patterns was found, but amenorrhea was described only in adolescents with PCOS.ConclusionsThe main characteristic in menstrual pattern that differentiated PCOS patients from girls with HPO axis immaturity was amenorrhea. Also, the BMI of PCOS patients was nearly one third higher than that of adolescents with HPO axis immaturity.
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FOXO3a deregulation in uterine smooth muscle tumors
(2024) ALMEIDA, Thais Gomes de; RICCI, Anamaria Ritti; ANJOS, Laura Gonzalez dos; JR, Jose Maria Soares; MACIEL, Gustavo Arantes Rosa; BARACAT, Edmund Chada; CARVALHO, Katia Candido
Objective: The present study aimed to investigate FOXO3a deregulation in Uterine Smooth Muscle Tumors (USMT) and its potential association with cancer development and prognosis. Methods: The authors analyzed gene and protein expression profiles of FOXO3a in 56 uterine Leiomyosarcomas (LMS), 119 leiomyomas (comprising conventional and unusual leiomyomas), and 20 Myometrium (MM) samples. The authors used techniques such as Immunohistochemistry (IHC), FISH/CISH, and qRT-PCR for the present analyses. Additionally, the authors conducted an in-silico analysis to understand the interaction network involving FOXO3a and its correlated genes. Results: This investigation revealed distinct expression patterns of the FOXO3a gene and protein, including both normal and phosphorylated forms. Expression levels were notably elevated in LMS, and Unusual Leiomyomas (ULM) compared to conventional Leiomyomas (LM) and Myometrium (MM) samples. This upregulation was significantly associated with metastasis and Overall Survival (OS) in LMS patients. Intriguingly, FOXO3a deregulation did not seem to be influenced by EGF/HER-2 signaling, as there were minimal levels of EGF and VEGF expression detected, and HER-2 and EGFR were negative in the analyzed samples. In the examination of miRNAs, the authors observed upregulation of miR-96-5p and miR-155-5p, which are known negative regulators of FOXO3a, in LMS samples. Conversely, the tumor suppressor miR-let7c-5p was downregulated. Conclusions: In summary, the outcomes of the present study suggest that the imbalance in FOXO3a within Uterine Smooth Muscle Tumors might arise from both protein phosphorylation and miRNA activity. FOXO3a could emerge as a promising therapeutic target for individuals with Unusual Leiomyomas and Leiomyosarcomas (ULM and LMS), offering novel directions for treatment strategies.
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Perinatal Results and Long-Term Follow-Up of Fetal Cardiac Tumors: A 30-Year Historical Cohort Study
(2024) CAMARGO, Fabricio Marcondes; BRIZOT, Maria de Lourdes; FRANCISCO, Rossana Pulcineli Vieira; CARVALHO, Werther Brunow de; IKARI, Nana Miura; PERES, Stella Verzinhasse; LOPES, Marco Antonio Borges; LOPES, Lilian Maria
Background: This was a 30-year retrospective cohort study that approximates closely to the natural history of cardiac tumors diagnosed in the fetus, since there was no case of pregnancy interruption Objective: To assess morbidity and mortality in the perinatal period and at long term in fetuses diagnosed with cardiac tumor. Our secondary objective was to assess the evaluating factors of perinatal and postnatal results. Methods: This was a retrospective cohort study with 74 pregnant women with an echocardiographic diagnosis of fetal cardiac tumor at two referral centers between May 1991 and November 2021. A descriptive analysis was performed, and data were expressed as absolute (n) and relative (%) frequencies, median and interquartile range. Fisher's exact test was used to evaluate the association of echocardiographic characteristics and clinical manifestations with perinatal and postnatal results. Global survival was calculated using the Kaplan-Meier method and the curves were compared by the log-rank test. The time of follow-up, calculated in months, corresponded to the time elapsed from hospital discharge to current status (survived/ censoring or death). The level of significance was set at 5% (p<0.05). Results: Rhabdomyoma is the most common type of cardiac tumor (85%), with a high morbidity (79.3%) and overall mortality of 17.4%. The presence of fetal hydrops was a predictor of death. Conclusion: The presence of fetal hydrops had an impact on mortality, and hence is an important factor in counselling and determining the prognosis. Most deaths occurred before hospital discharge.
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Association between extrapolated time in range and large for gestational age infants in pregnant women with type 1 diabetes
(2024) SANTOS, Enio A. M.; ZACCARA, Tatiana A.; PAGANOTI, Cristiane F.; PERES, Stela V.; FRANCISCO, Rossana P. V.; COSTA, Rafaela A.
Aims: To evaluate the association between extrapolated time in range (eTIR), measured by self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG), and large-for-gestational-age (LGA) infants in pregnancies with type 1 diabetes (T1D). Methods: Retrospective cohort analysis including singleton pregnancies with T1D who started antenatal care before 20 gestational weeks and delivered live newborns at a Brazilian hospital between 2010 and 2019, with LGA fetuses as the main outcome. Glycemic records acquired using SMBG were categorized as eTIR, extrapolated time below range (eTBR), and extrapolated time above range (eTAR). Women were divided into two groups (LGA and adequate for gestational age [AGA]) and compared regarding clinical characteristics, obstetric outcomes, and frequencies of eTIR, eTBR, and eTAR. Logistic regression analysis verified the independent predictive variables for LGA infants. Results: Data from 125 pregnancies were analyzed. For the first, second and third trimesters, each 1 % increase in eTIR was associated with a decreased risk of LGA by 2.9 % (OR: 0.971; 95%CI: 0.945-0.998), 2.5 % (OR: 0.975; 95%CI: 0.951-0.999) and 2.3 % (OR: 0.977; 95%CI: 0.955-0.998) and each 1 % increase in eTAR was associated with an increased risk of LGA by 2.7 % (OR: 1.027; 95%CI: 1.005-1.050), 3.9 % (OR: 1.039; 95%CI: 1.014-1.063) and 4.6 % (OR: 1.046; 95%CI: 1.018-1.075), respectively. Conclusion: The concept of TIR can be extrapolated to patients undergoing SMBG to assess the risk of LGA infants in pregnant women with T1D.
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Advanced glycation end products consumption and the decline of functional capacity in patients with Parkinson's disease: Cross-sectional study
(2024) ALMEIDA, Jenifer Kristina Alves de; BRECH, Guilherme Carlos; LUNA, Natalia Mariana Silva; IBORRA, Rodrigo Tallada; SOARES-JUNIOR, Jose Maria; BARACAT, Edmund Chada; GREVE, Julia Maria D'Andrea; ALONSO, Angelica Castilho; MACHADO-LIMA, Adriana
Introduction: Advanced Glycation End-Products (AGEs) are a diverse group of highly reactive molecules that play a vital role in the development of neurodegenerative disorders, such as Parkinson's Disease (PD), leading to a decline in functional and cognitive capacity. The objective of this study was to assess the intake and quantification of AGEs in individuals with PD and to correlate them with their functional and cognitive abilities. Methods: This was a cross-sectional study involving 20 PD patients and 20 non-PD individuals as the Control group (C). The autofluorescence reader was used to evaluate skin AGEs, while food recall was used to quantify AGEs consumed for three different days. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment, Short Physical Performance Battery, and handgrip tests were used. PD patients demonstrated greater impairment in functional capacity compared to the control group. Results: Dominant Handgrip (p = 0.02) and motor performance, in the sit and stand test (p = 0.01) and Short Physical Performance Battery (SPPB) (p = 0.01) were inferior in PD patients than the control group. Although PD patients tended to consume less AGEs than the control group, AGE intake was negatively correlated with handgrip strength in individuals with PD (r = -0.59; p < 0.05). Conclusion: PD patients had lower strength and functional capacity, suggesting that the effects of AGEs might be exacerbated during chronic diseases like Parkinson's.
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Anthropometric, Metabolic, and Endocrine Parameters as Predictors of Estimated Average Glucose and Other Biomarkers of Dysglycemia in Women with Different Phenotypes of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
(2024) MEDEIROS, Sebastiao Freitas de; MEDEIROS, Ana Lin Winck Yamamoto de; MEDEIROS, Matheus Antonio Souto de; CARVALHO, Anna Bethany da Silva; YAMAMOTO, Marcia W.; SOARES, Jose M.; BARACAT, Edmund C.
The aim of the study was to evaluate the efficacy of anthropometric, metabolic, and endocrine abnormalities as predictors of estimated average glucose and other biomarkers of dysglycemia in women with different phenotypes of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). This cross-sectional study included 648 women with PCOS and 330 controls. A single protocol of investigation was applied for all subjects. PCOS women were divided by phenotypes according to the Rotterdam criteria. Biomarkers of dysglycemia were considered dependent variables and anthropometric, lipid, and hormone alterations as independent variables using univariate and multivariate logistic regressions. Univariate logistic regression analysis, controlled for age and BMI, showed that many biomarkers of dysglycemia could be predicted by anthropometric, lipid, and endocrine variables. Multivariate logistic models showed that in non-PCOS women estimated average glucose (eAG) was predicted by lower TSH levels (OR=0.39; p=0.045); fasting glucose was predicted by increased T (OR=2.3). For PCOS, phenotype A, eAG was predicted by decreased HDL-C (OR=0.17, p=0.023) and high levels of free estradiol (OR=7.1, p<0.001). Otherwise, in PCOS, phenotype D, eAG was predicted by higher levels of HDL-C. The current study demonstrated that eAG was poorly predicted by anthropometric, lipid, and hormone parameters. Nevertheless, without adding significant benefits, it was comparable with other established markers of dysglycemia in women with different PCOS phenotypes.
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Antioxidant Actions of Melatonin: A Systematic Review of Animal Studies
(2024) MONTEIRO, Karla Krislane Alves Costa; SHIROMA, Marcos Eiji; DAMOUS, Luciana Lamarao; SIMOES, Manuel de Jesus; SIMOES, Ricardo dos Santos; CIPOLLA-NETO, Jose; BARACAT, Edmund Chada; SOARES-JR., Jose Maria
Melatonin is an indoleamine with crucial antioxidant properties that are used to combat inflammatory and neoplastic processes, as well as control transplants. However, the clinical applications of melatonin have not yet been fully consolidated in the literature and require in-depth analysis. Objectives: This study reviewed the literature on the antioxidant properties of melatonin in rat models. Methods: We followed the guidelines of the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses and used the PubMed, LILACS, and Cochrane databases, Google Scholar, and article references, irrespective of publication time. Results: Ten articles involving 485 rats were selected, and the effects of melatonin on antioxidant markers were investigated. Melatonin increased superoxide dismutase in nine studies, glutathione peroxidase in seven studies, and catalase in five studies. In contrast, melatonin reduced glutathione in three studies and malonaldehyde in seven of eight studies. Conclusion: Our findings suggest that melatonin effectively reduces oxidative stress.
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Melatonin, menopause, and thyroid function in gynecologic endocrinology: what is the role?
(2024) JR, Jose Maria Soares; DETANAC, Dzemail; SENGUL, Ilker; DUGALIC, Stefan; SENGUL, Demet; DETANAC, Dzenana