It may bring about an ectopic pregnancy since the fallopian tube may be infected and the egg may stick to one of the cyst. The pain is felt in the lower two quadrants of the abdominal cavity. It is also felt within the vagina or rectum during the menstrual cycle. In many cases the person’s organs will no longer appear smooth and pink but have bloody lesions, black speckles and blood clots around the
There are many gynecological diseases that affect the uterus, a hollow member that is located below a woman's belly button. One of these diseases is endometriosis. To illustrate, endometriosis is a chronic, common and painful disorder that occurs when the tissues grow outside the womb. In addition to that endometriosis term is derived from Latin words and divided into three sections, " end/o " means inside, " metr/i " which refers to uterus, and " osis " which means disease. Endometriosis has four types including minimal, mild, moderate and severe, and it relies on the location, size, number and depth of endometrial implants.
INTRODUCTION Acute pulmonary oedema is a rare, but life-threatening problem which may cause significant morbidity and mortality in pregnant women. It may occur due to pathologies such as pre-eclampsia, sepsis, amniotic fluid embolism, fluid-overload or beta-adrenergic tocolytic drugs during the antenatal, intrapartum or postpartum periods. Moreover, pre-existing cardiopulmonary diseases may worsen due to the superimposed effects of physiological changes related to pregnancy (1). Management of these patients is a challenge for the anaesthesiologists, because there are no controlled studies or guidelines pointing out the best type of anaesthetic technique in these patients (2). CASE A 38 years old, pregnant patient with a history of rheumatic
(The abdomen consists of the lower part of the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon, rectum, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, and bladder.) Pressure can come from coughing, vomiting, straining during a bowel movement, heavy lifting, or physical strain. Pregnancy, obesity, or extra fluid in the abdomen can also lead to a hiatal hernia. Who is at risk for developing a hiatal hernia? A hiatal hernia can develop in people of all ages and both sexes, although it frequently occurs in people age 50 and older.
Mastitis (infectious) Overview: Mastitis is a very common disease among women who have just given birth (that is called puerperal mastitis) and is quite annoying and painful as it is a real infection that affects the breast tissue that is very swollen, hot and flushed. Causes: When mastitis makes its debut one feels a strong burning during lactation and in general it feels very exhausted and tired. Puerperal mastitis is caused by a blockage of breast milk (which is formed when a breast is not emptied completely while nursing), but also hygiene little noticed especially in the nipple area which, as we know, can have fissures and injuries that are regularly disinfected and treated to avoid complications. Mastitis usually occurs just as you start to breastfeed, but can, in some cases, even after start, towards the third month. The onset of mastitis and the
This can affect babies if their diaphragm does not develop properly during their foetal stage, but it can also affect adults. - Muscle hernia: these occurs when part of a muscle pushes through the abdomen. They can occur in leg muscles as a result of sport injuries. Hernia can occur in any part of the body, but they mostly develop in the areas of the body between the chest and hips. Some of the most common types are discussed
FETAL DISTRESS The terms fetal distress and birth asphyxia are broad terms which may point at an adverse condition affecting the fetus. Fetal distress is a a term used to describe a situation where the clinician feels that the fetus is hypoxic or acidotic or is at risk of becoming so and this concern is significant enough to warrant intervention, usually in the form of operative delivery100. Fetal asphyxia is clinically defined as progressive hypoxaemia and hypercapnia with significant metabolic acidemia100. In practice, obstetricians put great emphasis on monitoring of the fetal heart rate patterns as the main means of assessing fetal well- being in labour, whether done by intermittent auscultation or continuous electronic methods. However,
However, risk factors that increase the likelihood of having this condition include maternal drug use, multiparity, and previous uterine surgeries. Implantation ordinarily takes place in the fundus of the uterine endometrium. Interestingly, with placenta previa, implantation occurs in the lower uterine endometrium. Multiple pregnancies, as well as previous Cesarean section delivery, can increase the risk of placenta previa as much as 60% (Beddall, 2015). Scar tissue formation from these conditions can lead to poor vascularization of the uterine fundus.
PERIPHERAL OSSIFYNG FIBROMA: CASE SERIES OF THREE CASE REPORTS INTRODUCTION Many variants of localized reactive lesions may occur on the gingiva, including focal fibrous hyperplasia, pyogenic granuloma, peripheral giant cell granuloma and peripheral ossifying fibroma (POF).1–3 The etiology of these lesions may be trauma, microorganisms, plaque, calculus, restorations and dental appliances.2,3 POF is a lesion that mainly affects women in the second decade of life.6 The lesions are most often found in the gingiva, located anterior to the molars and in the maxilla.7 POF clinically manifests as a well‑defined and slow-growing gingival mass measuring under 2 cm in size and located in the interdental papilla region.The base of the lesion may be sessile or pedunculated, the color is identical to that of the gingiva or slightly reddish and the surface may appear ulcerated.This paper presents a series of three case reports of POFs reported and treated at our college. CASE REPORTS CASE 1 A healthy 50‑year‑old male reported to the Department of Periodontics, Sudha Rustagi College of Dental Sciences and Research, Faridabad, India, complaining of swelling in gums in upper front tooth region since 2 years. No history of associated pain and bleeding from the overgrowth was reported by the
Corsets compress the organs, imprison women’s bodies and souls, and cause enfeeblement on the back muscles. First of all, corsets require fastening the body, which leads to the compression of the organs. In the 18th century, the product is designed to trim down women’s waist. Accordingly, it squeezes the organs to create a thin and small waist. It mainly affects the lung, stomach, and colon since these three organs are the closest to our waist.