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Cervical Canal Polyps

Seldom give significant bleeding, more often it is minor bleeding. Decidual polyp - the growth of decidual tissue, and its excess descends into the cervical canal. Such a polyp most often disappears by itself, or it can be removed by carefully unscrewing. A bleeding polyp should be removed, but without curettage of the uterine cavity, with hemostatic therapy, and pregnancy-preserving therapy.
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Cervical Canal Polyps

  1. CURVAL CHANNEL EXTENSION AND CURES
    Expansion of the cervical canal and curettage, not associated with pregnancy, is best done under general anesthesia, which at the same time allows the gynecologist to perform a more thorough examination of the pelvic organs. The objectives of the operation are to remove the maximum amount of hyperplastic, proliferative and necrotic endometrium for subsequent histological examination;
  2. CURVET OF CERVICAL CHANNEL UNDER CONTROL OF COLOSCOPY
    Colposcopy is an additional research method in identifying intraepithelial neoplasia of the cervix and in some cases provides great assistance to the surgeon in choosing the appropriate treatment method. It is indicated for patients with visible changes in the cervical epithelium or pathological changes in the study of smears according to Papanicolaou. To get full
  3. Polyps
    Polyps of the cervix uteri are growths on the cervix (often in the walls of the cervical canal) in the form of a leg with a connective tissue skeleton (rod) covered with a multilayer flat or cylindrical epithelium with glandular structures in the thickness. There are simple (formed glandular or glandular-fibrous formations without proliferative changes) and adenomatous (formations with
  4. Endometrial polyps
    Another cause of reproductive system dysfunctions can be endometrial polyps that prevent embryo implantation and are a common cause of menstrual cycle changes. An endometrial polyp occurs as a result of focal growth of the uterine mucosa (endometrium). This formation grows from the wall of the uterus into its cavity and sometimes through the cervical canal reaches
  5. Opening of the spinal canal
    Opening the spinal canal on the corpses of fetuses and newborns is much easier than on the corpses of adults, without the need for special tools, except for strong scissors. The vertebral canal can be opened in two ways: behind, dissecting the arches of the vertebrae, or in front, cutting off the vertebral bodies. Most often, the first method is used, i.e., the spinal canal is opened from behind. This way
  6. Polyps of the nose
    Polyps of the nose is one of the complications of year-round allergic rhinitis. Usually they are localized on the middle nasal concha, around the openings of the maxillary sinuses and the ethmoid labyrinth. Polyps are observed in both allergic and infectious rhinitis. Polyps that occur with allergic rhinitis look like whitish or gray, shiny, gelatinous formations. Polyps in chronic
  7. CORRECTION OF ISTHMIC-CERVICAL INSUFFICIENCY BY McDONALD
    This operation is performed for pregnant women with isthmic-cervical insufficiency. The operation can be performed under local anesthesia with minimal irritating effect on the uterus. The operation must be performed at the earliest possible date of pregnancy, even before the smoothing and opening of the cervix begins. The operation may be complicated by rupture of the membranes and termination of pregnancy.
  8. Properties of cervical mucus in the problem of barren marriage
    Assessing cervical mucus (CS) and the ability of sperm to penetrate it is an important part of the study of infertility. This can be done in in vivo and in vitro tests. During intercourse (coitus), approximately 200-500 million sperm enter the posterior vaginal vault. Sperm can immediately coagulate and then, after about 15-20 minutes, liquefy under the influence of proteolytic enzymes.
  9. Endometrial polyps
    Definition of a concept. Endometrial polyps are the growths of individual sections of the mucous membrane of the uterine body (together with the underlying stroma). The term "polyp" has existed in medicine for a long time. For the first time to describe such growths, this term was used in the middle of the XVIII century. However, already in the writings of Hippocrates, one can find mention of polyps as a cause of infertility. Frequency. Literature Data
  10. Common Anal Cancer
    As part of the study of the possibility of organ preservation in 13 patients suffering from locally advanced cancer of the anal canal, treated with RT, as well as chemotherapy combined with RHT, presented at the 18th National Congress of the Italian Association of Oncology RT (IALTO), a report was presented on the level of DBD for 5 years, equal to 54%. Due to the optimal level of CVD and good
  11. Endometrial polyps
    Endometrial polyps develop due to proliferation of the glands of the basal layer of the endometrium on the leg, consisting of fibrous and smooth muscle tissue. Endometrial polyps are focal endometrial hyperplasia. Due to the fact that in their structure there is stromal tissue (leg), it should not be identified with the polypoid form of glandular-cystic endometrial hyperplasia, in connection with which the term
  12. Non-tumor polyps
    The vast majority of such formations that occur, in particular, in the colon, are sporadic, and the frequency of their development increases as a person ages. Non-tumor polyps (mostly hyperplastic) make up about 90% of all colon epithelial polyps and are found in more than 50% of people 60 years of age or older. Inflammatory (pseudo-) polyps,
  13. Fibroepithelial polyps.
    Fibroepithelial polyps are rare ureteral mucosal formations that can lead to obstruction. Similar changes can be detected at any level of the urinary tract, but in terms of the frequency of occurrence of fibroepithelial polyps, the ureters are in the first place, followed by the urethra, pelvis, bladder. In men, the predominant localization is
  14. POLYPS
    - benign leg epithelial tumors growing from the mucous membrane. Classification of colon polyposis (according to V L. Rivkin, 1969) Group I. Polyps: a) single; b) group 1. Glandular and glandular-villous (adenomas and adenopapillomas); 2. Hyperplate (miliary). 3. Cystogranulating. 4. Rare non-epithelial polypoid formations. II group.
  15. PROTEIN P16 INK4? In the diagnosis of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia
    Akhmetzyanova A.V., Petrov S.V., Maltseva L.I., Khasanov R.Sh., Panov A.V. Republican Clinical Oncology Dispensary of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan Research Objective: To evaluate the expression of p16ink4 protein? using immunocytochemistry based on liquid cytology in women with cervical intraepithelial neoplasias. Material and research methods: 318 women aged 20 to 60 were examined
  16. Opening of the spinal canal and spinal cord
    It is better to open the spinal canal after opening the skull, but before opening the chest and abdomen, since with an empty corpse this operation is more difficult to perform, and before opening the face, so as not to wrinkle its skin. If the need to open the spinal cord arose after opening the face, then you need to put the face in order and sew up all the incisions made when opening it, since turning the corpse can crush
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