Other comorbidities included cerebral disease (12 cases), coronary heart disease (eight cases), benign prostatic hyperplasia (six cases), peptic ulcer (three cases), urolithiasis (two cases), breast diseases (two cases), arrhythmia (two cases), adrenal pheochromocytoma (one case), and hysteromyoma
The possibility of preservation of the reproductive organ in those suffering from hysteromyoma (HM), out of pregnancy, is based on somewhat
Out of 28 women 22 had been aware of presence of hysteromyoma before pregnancy, while with the rest it was detected during the actual pregnancy.
The rate of development of this syndrome among the pregnant with hysteromyoma varies significantly from 30% to 75% (Kulakov and Shmakov, 2001).
Thus, the practice of work with the pregnant against the background of hysteromyoma has shown that there is a group of females among which a conservative treatment for prolongation of the planned pregnancy turns out to be of little effect.
Surgical treatment of hysteromyoma (conservative myomectomy)," Soviet Medicine [Sovetskaya Medizina], in Russian, Vol.
d) Includes anemia (2), gastritis (2), hysteromyoma
(2), oophoritic cyst (1), cholecystitis (1), taking antihypertensive medications (1).
In recent years there has been a definite upward trend in incidence of hysteromyoma.
The study of the general group of women with hysteromyoma found 35 HLA-class I antigens: 13 antigens for HLA-A locus; 17 antigens for HLA-B locus and 5 antigens at HLA-Cw locus.
Immunogenetic studies in the total group of patients with hysteromyoma in a comparative perspective with a healthy group of Uzbek nationality revealed the characteristic features (Table 1).
The study of HLA-B locus in patients with hysteromyoma has found that HLA-B8 and B22 antigens occurred most often (P <0.
Analysis of data on the distribution of HLA-Cw locus antigens in the general group with hysteromyoma showed that HLA-Cw5 antigen encountered most frequently relatively to control group (9.