There is good correlation between residents’ ultrasonographic estimation and actual birthweight at the University Hospital of the West Indies. The difference in correlation between senior and junior residents was insignificant.
Objective: To determine the correlation of ultrasonographic estimation of fetal weight and actual birthweight and the impact of the level of resident’s training on the results.
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Hysterectomized black women in Jamaica are not at increased risk of osteoporosis.
Objective: To see if black Jamaican postmenopausal women who had hysterectomy were at increased risk of osteoporosis. To assess the risk of osteoporosis in hysterectomized Jamaican postmenopausal patients.