plexus block was performed and analgesic treatment was given.
The patient experienced fever, hypogastric
pain, and malodor yellowish vaginal discharge.
artery ligation for post-partum hemorrhage.
b) The right arm of the ABFB is patent (black arrow); proximal button of the left ABFB (white arrow); primitive iliac arteries (A, B); collateral circulation: left hypogastric
(C), left lumbar (D), and circumflex iliac (E) arteries.
Pelvic MPNSTs mostly originate from the sacral or the hypogastric
plexus [1, 2, 6].
The symptoms are masses, vaginal spotting, post-coital bleeding, odorous discharge and hypogastric
pain, commonly known as sakit sa puson.
The left ureter and hypogastric
nerves should be carefully exposed and protected.
Pain in the right hypogastric
region suggests irritation of the obturator muscle by the inflamed appendix.
During the operation of hysterectomy, particularly in the course of the ablation of cervix, the bilateral inferior hypogastric
plexus, which enables the sympathetic and parasympathetic innervations of the sub pelvic region, can sustain injury.
The sympathetic plexus of pelvic organs scatter from T12-L1, and most of them are carried by the superior hypogastric
Effects of bilateral hypogastric
artery interruption during endovascular and open aorto iliac aneurysm repair.
Symptoms started in Casablanca 3 days before hospital admission and included fever, severe diarrhea (>10 liquid defecations/day), vomiting, and abdominal pain in the hypogastric
area and in the right and left lower quadrants associated with bilateral dorsal pain, anorexia, and weakness.