South African Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

SAJOG is a tri-annual, general specialist obstetrics and gynaecology journal that carries original research articles, editorials, clinical practice, personal opinion, South Africa health-related news, obituaries and general correspondence.

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SAJOG goes live with Editorial Manager

 
SAMA is pleased to announce that it has launched a new submission and tracking system for the SAJOG as of 25 July 2020.  
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Vol 26, No 2 (2020): In Press

Table of Contents

Opinion

Making the case for an obstetric medicine subspecialty in South Africa PDF
J Zamparini, L Wium

Editorial

The impact of COVID-19 on obstetrics and gynaecology care PDF
Z Abdool, S Maswime, W Edridge

Research

The use of the cerebroplacental ratio in the latent phase of labour to predict adverse outcomes in a resource-limited setting PDF
A J Wise, E Nicolaou, H Lombaard
The spectrum of placental pathology in a public v. private laboratory practice in Gauteng Province, South Africa PDF
M J Savage-Reid, C A Wright, R Wadee
Impact of manual uterine displacement and left lateral tilt on echocardiographical velocity time intergral (stroke volume) in advanced pregnancy PDF
K A Knipe, E J Langenegger, W Muller, P Herbst
Medication adherence in HIV-positive pregnant women on antiretroviral therapy attending antenatal clinics in Ado metropolis, south-west Nigeria: A multicentre study PDF
O P Aduloju, T Aduloju, I P Ade-Ojo, A A Akintayo
Ingestion of herbal medication during pregnancy and adverse perinatal outcomes PDF
L S Kekana, M H Sebitloane

Case reports

Ruptured renal artery aneurysm in pregnancy PDF
N Mdlalose, T L Khumalo
Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome is associated with congenital cytomegalovirus in an HIV-exposed neonate Untitled PDF
K E Sprong, C A Wright, M Mabenge, S Govender