Prevention of Cervical Stenosis After Cervical Conization Using a Nelaton Catheter: A Retrospective Analysis of 556 Cases
Purpose and Significance of Study: This is a retrospective study on 491 patients to determine the incidence of and risk factors for cervical stenosis and the ability of prophylactic catheter insertion to prevent the cervical stenosis after cervical conization. Further prospective studies are needed to establish the optimal strategy for preventing cervical stenosis.
Fit with Scope of Journal: The manuscript is of high interest for the journal Case Reports in Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive.
o The manuscript is very well-written. There were a few very minor errors (already corrected in the galley proof), listed below –
In the Abstract –
Under Objective –
· In the 1st sentence, “The aim of this study was” must be replaced with “This study aimed”.
In the Introduction –
In the 4th paragraph –
· In the 1st sentence, “,” after “developed” must be removed.
· In the 2nd sentence, “,” must be inserted after “study”.
In the Patients and Methods –
Under Surgical procedures and post-treatment follow-up –
In the 2nd paragraph –
· “;” after “clinic” must be replaced with “,”.
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Nara Medical University, Nara, Japan
Received: Thu 02, Apr 2020
Accepted: Mon 20, Apr 2020
Published: Wed 29, Apr 2020
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