Pregnancy after laparoscopy in case of polycystosis

author: doctor Kuznetsov MA

Pregnancy in the syndrome of polycystic ovaries largely depends on the woman herself. If you want to give birth to a full-fledged child, a woman can undergo not only a course of conservative therapy, but also undergo surgery, and also try a combined treatment. Combination therapy includes conservative treatment before and after surgery.

What is the yellow body in the ovary

author: gynecologist Ambrosova IA

The yellow body is a temporary gland of internal secretion, which is formed in the female body and functions there for a short time. As a rule, the yellow body in the ovary begins its development at the end of ovulation. The main function of this gland is the production of progesterone and estrogen (female sex hormones).

Vesicular resection of the ovaries

author: doctor Patwakanyan Nana

One of the most effective ways to treat the polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is wedge resection of the ovaries. PKJ syndrome is a hereditary disease, during which the hormonal balance is broken, and the number of male hormones increases in the female body.

Follicular cyst of the left ovary

author: doctor Mirnaya E.V.

The follicular cyst is a tumor-like formation of a benign nature that is formed on the site of the follicle in the absence of the ovulation process.

The appearance of follicular cysts is characteristic of women capable of childbearing. In menopause they are rare. It is believed that the left ovary is more functionally active, so the follicular cysts of the left ovary are most often found. Although, they can be localized in the right ovary as well as on both sides.

Laparoscopy of uterine fibroids

author: doctor Kolos EV

Myoma of the uterus is a benign neoplasm of the nodular form, consisting of muscular or serous tissue. Located in relation to the anatomical parts of the organ can be on the neck, isthmus or the body of the uterus, and in relation to the layers - submucous (under the mucous layer), inside the muscle layer, and subserosely (under the serous membrane of the organ).

Laparoscopy of the gallbladder

author: doctor Kuznetsov MA

Laparoscopy of the gallbladder (laparoscopic cholecystectomy) is an endoscopic operation to remove the gallbladder. Laparoscopic examination of the gallbladder is also possible, but it is much less common.

Diagnostic laparoscopy of the cholagogue system can be carried out for oncological suspicions or clarification of the diagnosis of bile duct outflow in the absence of gallstones (eg, adhesive process).

Laparoscopy in gynecology

author: gynecologist Snytko I.М.

Laparoscopy is a modern surgical method for diagnosis and treatment of various gynecological diseases, which is performed by penetrating the abdomen of a special device - the laparoscope. Laparoscope - tube, equipped with a camera, which displays the image on the screen.

Preparing for laparoscopy

author: doctor Kuznetsov MA

Before you start laparoscopy, you need a doctor's consultation. The doctor asks the patient about the concomitant diseases in order to identify contraindications.

Rupture of the cyst of the yellow body

author: gynecologist Ambrosova IA

The cyst of the ovarian's yellow body is most often completely safe for a woman. However, there are cases when complications arise during the formation of such an education. This occurs with an abnormal development of the yellow body cyst, which adversely affects the patient's health.

Cyst on labia - complications and treatment

author: gynecologist Kuznetsov MA

The bartholin gland cyst belongs to the retention formations of the vulva. It occurs because of a violation of the outflow of a secret from the large gland located on the threshold of the vagina. The excretory duct of the gland is located on the inner surface of the labia majora. The function of the gland consists in the release of a viscous fluid in the area of ​​the entrance to the vagina, preventing dryness of the mucous membrane.

Cyst of the left maxillary sinus

author: doctor Novikova S.P.

The cyst of the maxillary, or maxillary, sinus is a thin-walled formation filled with liquid. Since the maxillary sinuses are located on both sides of the nose in the thickness of the upper jaw bone, the cysts of the left or right maxillary sinuses are distinguished. Cysts come in various sizes, from a few millimeters to several centimeters in diameter, and sometimes they can fill the entire sinus.

Multi-chamber ovarian cyst

author: doctor Gulenko S.V.

Ovarian cysts are quite common in gynecological practice. The danger is that in many cases this pathology is accompanied by general symptoms or is completely asymptomatic, which does not make it possible to diagnose in the early stages.

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