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25 Possible Causes for Pelvic Neoplasm, Spontaneous Rupture of Membranes

  • Pregnancy

    Preterm spontaneous rupture of membranes and fetal abnormal presentation represent frequent complications and probably post-caesarean infections are related to pregnancies[]

  • Uterine Fibroid

    […] abortions, premature rupture of membranes, preterm labour/birth, oligohydramnios, fetal postural deformities, dysfunctional labour, primary postpartum heamorrhage, and retained[] Uterine fibroid is one of the most common pelvic neoplasms. It is rare for this condition to manifest as acute symptoms necessitating emergency surgical intervention.[] It is estimated that for at least 20-30% of women aged 30 years and over, uterine fibroids are the most common pelvic neoplasms [ 4, 7 ].[]

  • Threatened Abortion

    It is a midtrimester abortion; occurs usually between 16-28 weeks of pregnancy, preceded by spontaneous rupture of membrane, abortion process takes a short time, usually associated[] Among those who continued pregnancy intrauterine growth retardation was seen in 7 (13.2%), antepartum hemorrhage in 4 (7.5%), preterm premature rupture of membrane in 3 (5.66%[] […] abortion may occur Inevitable Vaginal bleeding or rupture of the membranes accompanied by dilation of the cervix Incomplete Expulsion of some products of conception Complete[]

  • Pyelonephritis

    Despite antibiotic treatment, she experienced spontaneous prolonged rupture of membranes, with eventual delivery of a healthy infant.[] , bladder stones, cystitis, urethritis, urethritis, Schistosomiasis, diverticulitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, and appendicitis.[] […] glomerulonephritis, lupus, diabetes mellitus, Goodpasture’s syndrome, polyarteritis nodosa, hemolytic uremic syndrome, physical conditions of kidneys, such as stones or trauma, bladder neoplasms[]

  • Pelvic Hematoma

    Case report A 29-year-old woman (gravida 5, para 4) was admitted to the labor unit due to spontaneous rupture of the membranes at 40 weeks’ gestation.[] The case of a spontaneous pelvic neoplasm in an otherwise healthy young man is presented and the literature reviewed regarding issues of differential diagnosis and clinical[] The Antopol-Goldman lesion is a subepithelial pelvic hematoma simulating a renal neoplasm.[]

  • Uterine Prolapse

    A viable infant was delivered at 30 weeks' gestation following premature rupture of the membranes.[] Vaginal carcinosarcomas (VCSs) are rare and clinically aggressive neoplasms.[] Preinvasive and invasive neoplasm of the cervix among the women with uterine prolapsed. Med Innovatica 2013;2:36-9. 15. Kumar P, Malhotra N. Pelvic Organ Prolapse.[]

  • Tubo-Ovarian Abscess

    The vaginal delivery of her third baby took place 2 hours after a spontaneous rupture of membranes and progressed uneventfully.[] . 35, 37 Even with MRI and positron emission tomography scans, a TOA can be misdiagnosed as a pelvic malignancy.[] […] specific and could resemble and mimic or be mistaken for other cystic ovarian masses, including an endometrioma, hemorrhagic cyst, sebaceous dermoid, or some malignant ovarian neoplasms[]

  • Teratoma of the Brain

    At 33 weeks gestation preterm labor started spontaneously by premature rupture of the membranes and a 3890 gr male fetus was delivered by cesarean section due to large fetal[] Imaging of pediatric pelvic neoplasms. Radiol Clin North Am. 2011 Jul. 49(4):729-48, vi. [Medline]. Yamaoka T, Togashi K, Koyama T, Fujiwara T, Higuchi T, Iwasa Y.[] Tumors of the Fetal Pelvic Cavity Sacrococcygeal teratoma is the most common congenital neoplasm.[]

  • Abnormal Uterine Contraction

    Delayed delivery after spontaneous or unspecified rupture of membranes Excludes: spontaneous premature rupture of membranes ( O42.- ) O75.7 Vaginal delivery following previous[] […] stenosis or neoplasm.[] .- ) obstetric (surgical) wound: · disruption ( O90.0-O90.1 ) · haematoma ( O90.2 ) · infection ( O86.0 ) O75.5 Delayed delivery after artificial rupture of membranes O75.6[]

  • Isolated Congenital Sclerocornea

    Acute ruptures of Descemet membrane or acute hydrops may occur, leading to corneal edema that often resolves spontaneously, leaving stromal scarring.[] […] girdle bone morphology Reduced tendon reflexes Sacral dimple Neoplasm of the skin Abnormal palate morphology Sparse eyelashes Short ribs Rhizomelia Hypopigmentation of the[] Long neck Multinodular goiter Abnormality of the ribs Lumbar hyperlordosis Shuffling gait Accelerated skeletal maturation Metaphyseal dysplasia Genu varum Abnormality of pelvic[]

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