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Hemometra


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  • [hemato G. metra, uterus] * * * he·ma·to·me·tra or chiefly Brit hae·ma·to·me·tra .hē mət ə mē trəalso .hem ət n an accumulation of blood or menstrual fluid in the uterus… … Medical dictionary We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site.[medicine.academic.ru]
  • […] sterility 2008 OBJECTIVE To report a rare müllerian anomaly of uterus didelphys with obstructed hemivagina and renal agenesis, and its unusual… (More) Robert Chircop European journal of emergency medicine : official… 2003 SUMMARY A 13-year-old local girl presented[semanticscholar.org]
  • Make the most of your limited time with easy-to-digest blocks of information, consistently presented for clear readability and quick reference.[books.google.com]
Hemophilia A
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Narrow Pelvis
  • Many of his writings (e.g. the narrow pelvis, inflections of the uterus, on hematometra, et al) were articles published in the Prague Quarterly journal. Also called hemometra.[diki.pl]
Fracture
  • Hemiparalysis (see also Hemiplegia) 342.9 Hemiparesis (see also Hemiplegia) 342.9 Hemiparesthesia (see also Disturbance, sensation) 782.0 Hemiplegia 342.9 Hemisection, spinal cord - see Fracture, Hemispasm 781.0 Hemispatial neglect 781.8 Hemisporosis[icd9data.com]
  • Randomised trial of effect of alendronate on risk of fracture in women with existing vertebral fractures: Fracture Intervention Trial Research Group. ‎[books.google.ro]
Neglect
  • Hemiparalysis (see also Hemiplegia) 342.9 Hemiparesis (see also Hemiplegia) 342.9 Hemiparesthesia (see also Disturbance, sensation) 782.0 Hemiplegia 342.9 Hemisection, spinal cord - see Fracture, Hemispasm 781.0 Hemispatial neglect 781.8 Hemisporosis[icd9data.com]
  • The reason for delayed presentation may be due to neglecting of symptoms of persistent pelvic pain. The absence of menstrual cycle by 17 years of age should have encouraged the patient to seek a medical opinion.[jpgo.org]
Radiculopathy
  • A case report. ( 8064709 ) Reuter KL...Daly B 1994 46 Hematometra-A Complication of Endometrial Ablation/Resection ( 9073690 ) Hill DJ 1994 47 Hematometra as a cause of lumbar radiculopathy.[malacards.org]
Amenorrhea
  • […] the midline of the pelvis or lower abdomen. [1] Patients may also report urinary frequency and urinary retention. [2] Premenopausal women with hematometra often experience abnormal vaginal bleeding, including dysmenorrhea (pain during menstruation) or amenorrhea[en.wikipedia.org]
  • Common symptoms associated with this disorder include amenorrhea or dysmenorrhea in premenopausal women, pelvic pain or pressure, urinary frequency and retention.[medcrave.com]
  • Common symptoms of cervical stenosis include chronic pelvic pain or pressure, dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, infertility and endometriosis.[medcraveonline.com]
  • A 28-year-old female presented as an emergency with 1½ months' amenorrhea and acute pain abdomen. She had had two normal deliveries and one intrauterine death, which had been followed by manual removal of the placenta.[onlinejets.org]
Enlarged Uterus
  • "The Enlarged Uterus". Manual of Outpatient Gynecology (4th ed.). Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. ISBN 9780781732789. a b c d Smith, Roger (2008). Netter's Obstetrics and Gynecology. Elsevier. p. 287.[en.wikipedia.org]
  • However, in a patient known with an uterus myomatosus presenting with abdominal pain, an enlarged uterus and secondary amenorrhea a hematometra must be considered.[ntvg.nl]
  • Cuprins Diethylstilbestrol 159 Adnexal Masses 183 Hirsutism 199 Contraception 213 Infertility 236 Menopause 256 Evaluation of Sexual Dysfunction 275 Sexual Harassment Sexual Exploitation of Patients 289 Amenorrhea 105 Abnormal Uterine Bleeding 119 The Enlarged[books.google.ro]

Workup

  • In one case, multiple diagnostic workups including invasive procedures such as exploratory laparoscopy were conducted prior to the appropriate diagnosis [ 4 ].[jmedicalcasereports.biomedcentral.com]
  • […] include liver function tests, acetaminophen level, salicylate levels, urine drug screens, particularly in unknown ingestions Your local toxicologist (if you are fortunate to have one) or the Poison Center can always provide assistance in treatment and workup[podtail.com]
Pericardial Effusion
Brucella Abortus

Treatment

  • Get clear, concise descriptions and evidence-based treatment guidelines for a full range of clinical conditions, ranging from the common to the unusual.[books.google.com]
  • Treatment The treatment of this condition involves treating the cause which lead to the disease. In case you suffer of hematosalpinx, the doctor will recommend during the first phase medication to treat the inflammation or infection.[pregworld.org]
  • Side effects of the treatment may include cervical stenosis with resulting hematometra (collection of blood in uterus).[diki.pl]

Prognosis

  • Clinical and histopathologic factors related to prognosis in primary squamous cell carcinoma of the vagina. Int J Gynecol Cancer. 2006;16(3):1201–11.[link.springer.com]
  • Patient and her parents were counseled about poor prognosis in view of cervical stenosis and were asked to follow up as the definitive plan in this case was hysterectomy.[jpgo.org]

Etiology

  • Synonyms/Description Hydrometra and hydrocolpos Pyometra and pyocolpos Etiology The most common etiology is cervical or vaginal obstruction, resulting in a collection of blood, pus, or fluid that distends the uterus or vagina.[clinicalgate.com]
  • The recent occurrence of three cases of post-menopausal haematometra in this Department, depicting a varied and very interesting etiology, has prompted their report and discussion. Case 1.[yumpu.com]
  • However, the precise underlying etiology of the obstruction in our patient remained unclear. Conclusion This case is an unusual case of acquired spontaneous hematometra and hematotrachelos and an unusual presentation of vaginal carcinoma.[link.springer.com]
  • Summarized by Will Dewispelaere, MS4 Edited by Erik Verzemnieks, MD Contributor: Don Stader, MD Educational Pearls: Syncope is usually benign but can be caused by serious etiologies which include: PE, certain cardiac arrhythmias, AAA, intracranial bleed[podtail.com]
  • Relevancy Score: 3 Gómez Arzapalo E - - 2001 The hematometra is a nosological entity that may not always be attributed to an embryonic defect of the paramesonefros; cervical-vaginal infections such as etiological possibilities due to Listeria monocytogenes[biomedsearch.com]

Pathophysiology

  • […] while postmenopausal women are more likely to be asymptomatic. [3] Due to the accumulation of blood in the uterus, patients may develop low blood pressure or a vasovagal response. [4] When palpated, the uterus will typically feel firm and enlarged. [4] Pathophysiology[en.wikipedia.org]
  • Pathophysiology Hematometra develops when the uterus becomes distended with blood secondary to an obstruction of the lower reproductive tract -the uterus, cervix or vagina – which should otherwise allow the flow of menstrual blood 3.[nursespost.com]

Prevention

  • Prevention hemometra Prevent the occurrence of hematometra and its attendant complications help regular checkups.[medicalformat.com]
  • Ideally, diagnosis should be made early during fetal and neonatal examinations to prevent symptomatic presentations of its complications at puberty.[omicsonline.org]
  • . 1999 USPHS/IDSA guidelines for the prevention of opportunistic infections in persons infected with human immunodeficiency virus. ‎[books.google.ro]
  • Hormone replacement therapy with estrogen and progesterone is used to prevent osteoporosis, loss of bone mass, in women who are past menopause. It is most effective in preventing bone loss between early menopause and age 65.[readabstracts.com]

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