Editorial Open Access
Editor Note on Current Issue
Received: August 02 2016; Accepted: August 19, 2016; Published: August 19, 2016;
SOJ Gynecology, Obstetrics & Women's Health (SOJGOW) [1] is an international, open access journal which aims to publish scholarly articles related to female reproductive system, pregnancy, child birth and other related issues. It mainly aims to promote international dialogue and collaboration on health issues related to pregnant females, from the time of conception till childbirth, providing pre-natal care, management of pregnancy, and post-partum care.

SOJGOW will feature articles on all the topics related to women's health in general, but more specifically the issues governing pregnancy and child birth.b
In this Issue
V. V. Vlasyuk , published his review article related to Asynclitism and Cerebellar Tentorium Tears in Fetuses during Labor. He studied the relationship between tears of Cerebellar Tentorium (TC) and asynclitism [2]. It emphasizes the importance of study of the Area Periosteal blood Stagnation (APS) on the skull of the fetus and newborn. He had clearly shown that asynclitism is a risk factor tears cerebellar tentorium in the fetus during labor. The review presents an original classification tentorial tears.

Tshabu Aguemon C, et al., conducted prospective, analytical and descriptive studies on Dysmenorrhea In School Area In Benin and basing on a sample of 512 students in Cotonou during a period of 4 months (from March to June 2014) [3]. Dysmenorrhea in the teenager is becoming more and more frequent during gynecological consultation. It affects more than one teenager over three during our survey.

Maria Grazia Modena has written a review on "Estrogens and the Heart: Do they Help or Hurt?" How Estrogen impacts the Cardiovascular System. The author have clearly explain how estrogens may have great benefit in aging as a generic antiinflammatory agent, since atherosclerosis is an inflammatory process, which, in fact, may be anticipated, almost exclusively in women, from autoimmune diseases [4].

Finally Samuel Asamoah Sakyi et al., explained the Individual and Combined Diagnostic Accuracy of Biochemical Markers for Detecting Early On-Set Preeclampsia [5]. They report on the biomarkers that play a significant role in the onset of preeclampsia and can therefore be used as biomarkers for diagnosing PE.

Thus this current issue provides interest to readers in the areas of women's health in general and Hormones that affect pregnancy and child birth.
ReferencesTop
  1. Journal of Gynecology, Obstetrics & Women's Health (SOJGOW), Available from: SOJ Gynecology, Obstetrics & Women's Health (SOJGOW) 
  2. Vlasyuk VV. Asynclitism and Cerebellar Tentorium Tears in Fetuses during Labor. SOJ Gynecol Obstet Womens. 2016;2(1):1-4.  
  3. Tshabu AC, Yunga FJD, Hounkponou F, Kpokoun E, Takpara I, et al. Dysmenorrhea In School Area In Benin. SOJ Gynecol Obstet Womens Health. 2016;2(1):1-4. 
  4. Modena MG. "Estrogens and the Heart: Do they Help or Hurt?" How Estrogen impacts the Cardiovascular System. SOJ Gynecol Obstet Womens Health. 2016;2(1):1-8.  
  5. Sakyi SA, Owiredu WKBA, Anto EO, Turpin CA, Ephraim RKD, et al. Individual and Combined Diagnostic Accuracy of Biochemical Markers for Detecting Early On-Set Preeclampsia. SOJ Gynecol Obstet Womens Health. 2016;2(1):1-9. 
 
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