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Complications of Treatment. Psychosocial aspect of Cancer. Pathology and Molecular Biology. Chapter authors are specialists from a range of disciplines involved in the diagnostics and management of gynaecological tumours such as gynaecological oncology, radio-oncology, pathology and medical oncology. Christina C Fotopoulou
Complications after gynaecological surgery? Risk management of obstetric surgery. Sir Luigi Frigaerio, most of the complications of Gyanecological surgeries are preventable,first important thing i think a good clinical examination of the case gives a clue about the difficuities during surgery, such as Huge tumours,its fixity,immobility of the pelvic mass both by per abdominal and per vaginal examination. even aper speculum examination which shows a very high up n pulled.
2013 Dec 30;13(4):540-7. Performance of integrated anced CT in the diagnosis of recurrent uterine cancer: comparison with PET and enhanced CT. Eur J Nucl Med Mol Imaging. 2009 Mar;36(3):362-72. Kitajima K, Murakami K, Yamasaki E, Domeki Y, Kaji Y, Fukasawa I, Inaba N, Suganuma N, Sugimura K. Performance of integrated anced CT in the diagnosis of recurrent ovarian cancer: comparison with integrated -enhanced CT and enhanced CT. 2008 Aug;35(8):1439-48.
Gynaecological tumours are rare in childhood and adolescence. Malignant tumours are fortunately particularly rare. Their rarity, however, may lead to problems, as the diagnosis may not be considered and individual clinicians may have insufficient experience to ensure appropriate treatment. Childhood cancers differ from those found in adult life in their classification. Those found in the neonatal period are often embryonic tumours, while those in childhood are often sarcomas, as opposed to the carcinomas more frequently found in adult women
Gestational trophoblastic tumours. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Hermanek . Hutter . Wagner . Wittekind C. (1997) Gynaecological Tumours. In: Hermanek . (eds) TNM Atlas. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
Gynaecological tumours in the uterine wall accompanying fatal and damaging complications. 6 years ago. demo 2013.
Complications can arise from the location of the fibroids. They range from intermittent bleedings to continuous bleedings over several weeks, from single pain episodes to severe pain, from dysuria and constipation to chronic bladder and bowel spasms. Very seldom does peritonitis occur. Myomas are the most common benign solid tumours of the female genital tract. Although often asymptomatic, they may cause menorrhagia, metrorrhagia, infertility, pain, pressure symptoms haemorrhage, and repeated abortions. Thus, the depth of the uterine incision was adapted to localize fibroids in the uterus and to show the surrounding structure. The length of the incision was, on average, based on the fibroid diameter. Generally, the length in each group was limited to the length of the myoma downside, and the depth of the uterine incision was limited to the depth of the pseudocapsule.