What is this aspiration of the uterus cavity

author: doctor Demchenko N.I.

Aspiration of the uterus cavity is included in the group of small gynecological operations. Depending on the purpose of the intervention, aspiration of the uterine cavity can be diagnostic, therapeutic and aspiration of the uterine cavity with the purpose of abortion (mini-abortion). Such a procedure is performed under local anesthesia or under general anesthesia.

Varicose veins of the cervix

author: doctor Obukhova Yu.A.

Varicose veins of the cervix are a pathology that occurs in women of predominantly childbearing age. It is manifested by the widening of the veins of the cervix and their fullness. Very often this disease is combined with varicose veins of the uterus, ovaries, large labia, vagina and lower limbs. In most cases, varicose veins develop during pregnancy.

Treatment of retrochoric hematoma

author: doctor Tyutyunnik DM

To date, it is very difficult to overestimate the urgency of the social and medical problem of miscarriages in a situation of a sharp increase in mortality and a decrease in the birth rate.

Tubal ligation in women

author: gynecologist Artemova M.V.

This procedure is of a surgical nature, which is otherwise called medical sterilization. During this operation, the pipes are blocked, cut or bandaged. The operation is considered one of the effective, guaranteeing 99% of the absence of pregnancy. Only not many can come, when there is a passage for spermatozoa, and also for an incorrect operation.

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 for polycystic ovary

author: doctor Kuznetsov MA

Laparoscopy, performed with polycystic ovary syndrome, is performed to remove cystic lesions. If the diagnosis is not determined, then a diagnostic laparoscopy is performed, which in turn can also go on when cysts are detected in the procedure for the removal of cystic ovaries.

The procedure for removing cysts laparoscopically involves two main causes: infertility and correction of the hormonal background of a woman.

Diet after laparoscopy of the gallbladder

author: doctor Valiullina Z.S.

The gallbladder is located at the lower edge of the liver, serves to accumulate bile. With certain diseases of the gallbladder, there is a need for its surgical removal. The operation is called cholecystectomy. The most sparing option is laparoscopic cholecystectomy, when the incisions of the anterior abdominal wall are not used to remove the gallbladder, but small punctures in it.

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).


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