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Horowicz, M. and Cottler-Casanova, S. and Abdulcadir, J.. (2022) Diagnoses and procedures of inpatients with female genital mutilation/cutting in Swiss University Hospitals: a cross-sectional study. Reprod Health, 19. p. 104.

Mauri, F. and Cottler-Casanova, S. and Cavassini, M. and Stoeckle, M. and Wandeler, G. and Schmid, P. and Braun, D. L. and Scherrer, A. and Bernasconi, E. and Calmy, A. and Abdulcadir, J.. (2022) Female genital mutilation/cutting in the swiss HIV cohort study: a cross-sectional study. J Immigr Minor Health. in press.


Cottler-Casanova, S. and Horowicz, M. and Gayet-Ageron, A. and Abdulcadir, J.. (2021) Female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) coding capacities in Swiss university hospitals using the International Classification of Diseases (ICD). BMC public health, 21. p. 1151.

Cottler-Casanova, S. and Abdulcadir, J.. (2021) Estimating the indirect prevalence of female genital mutilation/cutting in Switzerland. BMC public health, 21. p. 1011.

Parish, S. J. and Cottler-Casanova, S. and Clayton, A. H. and McCabe, M. P. and Coleman, E. and Reed, G. M.. (2021) The evolution of the female sexual disorder/dysfunction definitions, nomenclature, and classifications: a review of DSM, ICSM, ISSWSH, and ICD. Sex Med Rev, 9 (1). pp. 36-56.


Cresswell, Jenny A. and Barbour, Kelli D. and Chou, Doris and McCaw-Binns, Affette and Filippi, Veronique and Cecatti, Jose Guilherme and Barreix, Maria and Petzold, Max and Kostanjsek, Nenad and Cottler-Casanova, Sara and Say, Lale. (2020) Measurement of maternal functioning during pregnancy and postpartum: findings from the cross-sectional WHO pilot study in Jamaica, Kenya, and Malawi. BMC pregnancy and childbirth, 20. p. 518.

Gonsalves, L. and Cottler-Casanova, S. and VanTreeck, K. and Say, L.. (2020) Results of a World Health Organization scoping of sexual dysfunction-related guidelines: what exists and what is needed. J Sex Med, 17 (12). pp. 2518-2521.