His primary areas of study are Pregnancy, Obstetrics, Gynecology, Randomized controlled trial and Meta-analysis. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Pediatrics and Cohort study. His Obstetrics research includes elements of Odds ratio, Gestational age, Ectopic pregnancy, Relative risk and Live birth.
His work deals with themes such as Predictive value of tests, Antral follicle, Prospective cohort study and Receiver operating characteristic, which intersect with Gynecology. He has included themes like Physical therapy and Quality of life in his Randomized controlled trial study. His Surgery study incorporates themes from Internal medicine and Confidence interval.
Obstetrics, Pregnancy, Randomized controlled trial, Gynecology and Gestational age are his primary areas of study. His Obstetrics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Odds ratio, Cohort study, Retrospective cohort study, Gestation and Live birth. His Live birth research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of In vitro fertilisation, Embryo transfer and Miscarriage.
The Pregnancy study combines topics in areas such as Relative risk and Pediatrics. His Randomized controlled trial research includes themes of Clinical trial, Quality of life and Reproductive medicine. His research in Gynecology intersects with topics in Fertility, Ectopic pregnancy, Confidence interval, Meta-analysis and Prospective cohort study.
Ben Willem J. Mol spends much of his time researching Obstetrics, Pregnancy, Randomized controlled trial, Live birth and Meta-analysis. In his research on the topic of Obstetrics, Fertility is strongly related with Infertility. His Pregnancy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pediatrics, Retrospective cohort study and Cohort.
His study in Randomized controlled trial is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hysterosalpingography, Relative risk, Body mass index and Clinical trial. Ben Willem J. Mol works mostly in the field of Live birth, limiting it down to topics relating to In vitro fertilisation and, in certain cases, Andrology, as a part of the same area of interest. His Meta-analysis research integrates issues from Endometriosis, Systematic review and Magnetic resonance imaging.
Ben Willem J. Mol mostly deals with Obstetrics, Pregnancy, Randomized controlled trial, Live birth and Infertility. His Obstetrics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Odds ratio, In vitro fertilisation, Gestational age, Cohort study and Relative risk. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Retrospective cohort study and Pregnancy.
His research in Randomized controlled trial intersects with topics in Clinical trial, Cervical pessary, Meta-analysis, Placebo and Hysterosalpingography. His Live birth research includes themes of Miscarriage, Embryo transfer, Hazard ratio, Polycystic ovary and Reproductive medicine. His Infertility study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fertility and Obesity.
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Surgical approach to hysterectomy for benign gynaecological disease.
Johanna W M Aarts;Theodoor E Nieboer;Neil Johnson;Emma Tavender.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2015)
Empirical evidence of design-related bias in studies of diagnostic tests
Jeroen G. Lijmer;Ben Willem Mol;Siem Heisterkamp;Gouke J. Bonsel.
A systematic review of tests predicting ovarian reserve and IVF outcome
F J M Broekmans;J Kwee;D J Hendriks;B W Mol.
Human Reproduction Update (2006)
Effects of interventions in pregnancy on maternal weight and obstetric outcomes: meta-analysis of randomised evidence
S. Thangaratinam;E. Rogozińska;K. Jolly;S. Glinkowski.
Use of uterine artery Doppler ultrasonography to predict pre-eclampsia and intrauterine growth restriction: a systematic review and bivariable meta-analysis
Jeltsje S. Cnossen;Rachel K. Morris;Gerben ter Riet;Gerben ter Riet;Ben W.J. Mol.
Canadian Medical Association Journal (2008)
Recommendations from the international evidence-based guideline for the assessment and management of polycystic ovary syndrome
Helena J. Teede;Helena J. Teede;Marie L. Misso;Marie L. Misso;Michael F. Costello;Anuja Dokras.
Human Reproduction (2018)
Induction of labour versus expectant monitoring for gestational hypertension or mild pre-eclampsia after 36 weeks' gestation (HYPITAT): a multicentre, open-label randomised controlled trial
Corine M. Koopmans;Denise Bijlenga;Henk Groen;Sylvia C. M. Vijgen.
The Lancet (2009)
The accuracy of endometrial sampling in the diagnosis of patients with endometrial carcinoma and hyperplasia: a meta-analysis.
F. Paul H. L. J. Dijkhuizen;Ben W. J. Mol;Hans A. M. Brölmann;A. Peter M. Heintz.
Risk factors for ectopic pregnancy : a meta-analysis
W. M. Ankum;B. W.J. Mol;F. Van der Veen;P. M.M. Bossuyt.
Fertility and Sterility (1996)
The role of antimullerian hormone in prediction of outcome after IVF: comparison with the antral follicle count
Simone L. Broer;Ben Willem J. Mol;Dave Hendriks;Frank J.M. Broekmans.
Fertility and Sterility (2009)
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