Regenerative Gynecology

Dr. Rashad Haddad, OBGYN will teach cosmetic and regenerative gynecology at GRC 2021 in Dubai. He is now in Cairo.

OVERVIEW Dr. Haddad worked in many important Teaching, University, General and Private Hospitals & Institutions in Paris, France, before moving to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, as a Senior Consultant and Chairman of the ObGyn Department in Kingdom Hospital, one of the leading institutions in the Health Sector in the Kingdom.Specializations• His fields of interest beside the …

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Non Surgical Cosmetic Gynecology by Dr. Rashad Haddad

Non Surgical Cosmetic Gynecology by Dr. Rashad Haddad REGISTER HERE 1. DEFINITION OF COSMETIC GYNECOLOGY 2. ANATOMY THE CORNER STONE OF SUCCESS 3. CLINICAL EXAM THE BASEMENT OF :TRIAGE, EVALUATION, MANAGEMENT PLAN, INDIVIDUAL NEEDS 4. INDICATIONS OF CG 5. TERMINOLOGY 6.ENERGY BASED DEVICES :LASER: FRACTIONAL CO2, ERBIUM, OTHERSRADIOFREQUENCY: MONO, UNI AND BIPOLAR 7. PRP : …

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Reproduction and Fertility: How could stem cells help?

HOW COULD STEM CELLS BE USED TO MAKE EGGS AND SPERM? For many who are unable to have a biological child, due to the absence of or faulty eggs or sperm, newspaper stories about scientists making sperm or eggs from pluripotent stem cells in the lab has the potential to be a game changer. But …

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Interview with UK prof. Peter Hollands, PhD – Consultant clinical scientist in Regenerative Medicine and Assisted reproduction

Apart from these fantastic achievements, the rest of stem cell technology has been riddled with media confusion, hype, misinformation and even scientific fraud. This results in mistrust in the stem cell world and more importantly a public conception that stem cell technology is in some way ‘dangerous’. Perhaps the biggest initial hype came from embryonic stem cells. In my opinion these have no significant future in Regenerative Medicine because of regulatory issues and also because of the fact that the number of embryonic stem cells available for therapy is relatively very small.

Rogue stem cell clinics – the Academy guide through illegitimate claims

Cell therapies hold significant promise for the treatment of injured or diseased musculoskeletal tissues. However, despite advances in research, there is growing concern about the increasing number of clinical centres around the world that are making unwarranted claims or are performing risky biological procedures. Such providers have been known to recommend, prescribe, or deliver so called ‘stem cell’ preparations without sufficient data to support their true content and efficacy. You will have to log in or register to view the full content.

Rejuvenation Using Platelet-rich Plasma and Lipofilling for Vaginal Atrophy and Lichen Sclerosus

Vaginal atrophy is a common condition among peri- and post-menopausal women. Symptoms of vaginal dryness, pruritus, irritation, loss of subcutaneous fat, sparse pubic hair and dyspareunia occur due to decreased estrogen level. Estrogen-based treatments are effective. But many patients are reluctant to be treated due to health concerns. As alternatives, we explored the efficacy of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and lipofilling.

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Using Mesenchymal Stem Cells to Treat Female Infertility: An Update on Female Reproductive Diseases

MSCs, also called mesenchymal stromal cells, are a subset of nonhematopoietic adult stem cells that originate from the mesoderm. They possess self-renewal abilities and multilineage differentiation into not only mesoderm lineages, such as chondrocytes, osteocytes, and adipocytes, but also ectodermic and endodermic cells [8–10]. MSCs can be harvested from several adult tissues, such as bone marrow, menstrual blood, adipose tissue, the umbilical cord, and placenta.

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Can Bone Marrow Derived Stem Cells be Used to Regenerate Ovaries?

These findings serve as a proof of concept for the ability of residual quiescent follicles of damaged ovaries to produce competent oocytes in an adequate ovarian environment but should not be restricted to the limited population of young cancer patients. In fact, a small pool of dormant primordial follicles remains even in the non-functional ovaries of menopausal women and patients diagnosed with premature ovarian insufficiency due to several causes.

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