Prolapsed uterus

Prolapsed uterus

A uterus that has slipped out of place, sometimes protruding down through the vagina.
Mentioned in: Hysterectomy
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Contract notice: supply of ureteral ureteral guards, urology guides, urinary stress incontinence strips, strips for the treatment of prolapsed uterus.
Muscat: For the first time in Oman, the Royal Hospital recently operated on a woman's prolapsed uterus through endoscopy.
Muscat: Royal Hospital doctors have used a medical technique for the first time in Oman in the treatment of a patient suffering from a prolapsed uterus.
Many gynaecological complaints like prolapsed uterus presented 9-10 years after attaining menopause.
Conservation of the prolapsed uterus is a valid option: medium term results of a prospective comparative study with the posterior intravaginal slingoplasty operation.
For those who can't have surgery, a pessary can be used to keep a prolapsed uterus in place.
On examination, the unilaterally prolapsed uterus was detected as grossly enlarged, edematous, and was containing ulcerated areas at the tip of the prolapsed tissue (Figure 1).
Few cases of cervical cancer have been reported in prolapsed uterus in the last few years, and most of them have been observed in underdeveloped countries.
One of my chickens had a prolapsed uterus, it looked horrible, and other chickens were pecking at it until it bled.
Some researchers have proposed that hydronephrosis in patients with uterine prolapse may be due to a kinking of the ureters by the extrinsic compression of the prolapsed uterus.
In Veterinary medicine, Methyergometine maleate has been used for enhancement of uterine contractions after parturition, treatment of postpartum retained placenta, metritis and uterine involution after manual correction of prolapsed uterus.
Hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus, a procedure that is typically conducted in the later phase of a woman's reproductive life for medical indications such as cervical or uterine cancer, fibroids, endometriosis or a prolapsed uterus.