Volume 5  Issue 2

Volume 5  Issue 2


Research Article

Peripartum Hysterectomy and its Relationship with Cesarean Section in the Kingdom of Bahrain: A Review of 25 Years

Zainab A Al-Jufairi*, MHPE, FRCOG, Amarjit K Sandhu, MD, FRCOG, Ghada Hamad Abdulrahman MBBS, Wafa Jassim Sanad MBBS, Layla AL-Sagheer MBBS

Emergency peripartum hysterectomy was first performed in the nineteenth century to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity. It was originally introduced to manage life threatening obstetric hemorrhage and infection. Peripartum hysterectomy remains a necessary tool for the consultant obstetrician. Knowledge of this operation and the skill inits performance can save the patients with uterine rupture or intractable postpartum hemorrhage.

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Case Report

Aseptic Necrosis of Hysterorrafia: A Case Report

Illia R, MD, FACOG, Cabrera M, Valencia V, Lobenstein G, Uranga Imaz M, Manrique G, Fiameni F

The Aseptic Necrosis of Hysterorrafia (ANH) is an uncommon cause of late bledding in cases of post cesarean section (CS) often iteratives. The bleeding does not decrease with the clasic treatments and start at any moment and stop at any moment too. It can be serious enough to affect the patient health. In the past, the usual resolution was the hysterectomy.

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Case Series

Pelvic Abscess: Sequel of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

K.Siva Achanna FRCOG*, Methil Kannan Kutty FRCPath, Mukudan Krishnan FRCOG

Pelvic abscess is the end stage of the progressive upper genital tract infection. We report three cases of pelvic abscess admitted to our centre; two following full term vaginal deliveries (puerperal) and one following a laparotomy for an interstitial (cornual) segment ectopic pregnancy. All three cases presented with pelvic pain, fever exceeding 38º C and tachycardia.

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Comparison of Different Surgery Technique for Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Hun-Shan Pan, Ma-Lee Ko, Jier-Zen Chang*, Hung-Chi Chang, Pincheng Pan, Pintong Pan

Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a disabling and chronic condition that affects women of all ages. Pelvic organs can protrude outside the body through the vagina due to weakness in the pelvic floor. POP affects patients both physically and psychologically. Most women with POP suffer from at least one other pelvic floor disorder, such as incontinence. Pelvic organ prolapse increases nationwide, namely, anterior, posterior and middle compartments prolapse. Plenty of different kits had created in recent years for reconstruction surgery. Among those surgical kits, synthetic material augmentation plays a major role and divides into two systems: anchor and non-anchor system.

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