Uterine myoma

Uterine fibroids – benign hormone-dependent myometrium tumor, occurs in women of reproductive age (the peak incidence is 40 years). Uterine fibroids up to 30% of gynecological diseases.   Etiology and pathogenesis. Modern ideas about the development

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Uterine fibroids – benign hormone-dependent myometrium tumor, occurs in women of reproductive age (the peak incidence is 40 years). Uterine fibroids up to 30% of gynecological diseases.   Etiology and pathogenesis. Modern ideas about the development

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Cancer of the uterine tube

Cancer of the fallopian tube – the rarest malignant tumor of the female genital organs, the frequency of which is 0.11 – 1.18%. Cancer of the fallopian tube is more often detected at the age

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Cancer of the fallopian tube – the rarest malignant tumor of the female genital organs, the frequency of which is 0.11 – 1.18%. Cancer of the fallopian tube is more often detected at the age

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Endometrial cancer

In recent decades, the incidence of cancer of the body of the uterus has steadily increased, which, apparently, is associated with an increase in the life expectancy of women and their stay in the postmenopausal

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In recent decades, the incidence of cancer of the body of the uterus has steadily increased, which, apparently, is associated with an increase in the life expectancy of women and their stay in the postmenopausal

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Foreign bodies in the uterus

Foreign bodies in the uterus. Intrauterine contraceptives (IUD) and their fragments, bone debris, various ligatures are referred to foreign bodies in the uterus. The clinical picture of foreign bodies in the uterus is more often

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Foreign bodies in the uterus. Intrauterine contraceptives (IUD) and their fragments, bone debris, various ligatures are referred to foreign bodies in the uterus. The clinical picture of foreign bodies in the uterus is more often

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Intrauterine Pathology

Intrauterine pathology includes hyperplastic processes of endometry; submucous myoma of the uterus; adenomyosis (internal endometriosis); septum in the uterus; synechiae; foreign bodies. Intrauterine pathology occupies a significant place in the structure of gynecological diseases. Endometrial

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Intrauterine pathology includes hyperplastic processes of endometry; submucous myoma of the uterus; adenomyosis (internal endometriosis); septum in the uterus; synechiae; foreign bodies. Intrauterine pathology occupies a significant place in the structure of gynecological diseases. Endometrial

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Malignant tumors of the vulva and vagina

Cancer of the vulva (external genitalia) is the rarest localization of malignant tumors of the female genital organs. The frequency of the disease is 2.2-8%; it is more common in women older than 60 years.

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Cancer of the vulva (external genitalia) is the rarest localization of malignant tumors of the female genital organs. The frequency of the disease is 2.2-8%; it is more common in women older than 60 years.

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Benign diseases of the vulva and vagina

There are benign and malignant diseases of the external female genital organs:inflammatory processes (vulvovaginitis, bartholinitis, vaginosis); retention formations (Bartholin gland cyst, Hartner course); benign tumors (fibroma, fibroids, adenoma, vascular tumors);background diseases (leukoplakia, erythroplakia); precancerous conditions

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There are benign and malignant diseases of the external female genital organs:inflammatory processes (vulvovaginitis, bartholinitis, vaginosis); retention formations (Bartholin gland cyst, Hartner course); benign tumors (fibroma, fibroids, adenoma, vascular tumors);background diseases (leukoplakia, erythroplakia); precancerous conditions

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Ovarian endometriosis

Ovarian endometriosis. Most often, ovarian endometriosis is localized in the cortical layer of the ovaries; common endometriosis also affects the medulla. Endometrioid heterotopies are pseudocysts with a diameter of up to 5-10 mm, filled with

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Ovarian endometriosis. Most often, ovarian endometriosis is localized in the cortical layer of the ovaries; common endometriosis also affects the medulla. Endometrioid heterotopies are pseudocysts with a diameter of up to 5-10 mm, filled with

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Endometriosis of the cervix

Endometriosis of the cervix. The prevalence of endometriosis of this localization is associated with cervical damage during gynecological manipulations, diathermoconization of the cervix. Trauma during childbirth, abortion, and various manipulations can contribute to the implantation

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Endometriosis of the cervix. The prevalence of endometriosis of this localization is associated with cervical damage during gynecological manipulations, diathermoconization of the cervix. Trauma during childbirth, abortion, and various manipulations can contribute to the implantation

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Adenomyosis

Endometriosis of the uterus (adenomyosis). Adenomyosis is a form of genital endometriosis in which heterotopies of endometriotic tissue are found in the myometrium. Macroscopically, endometriosis of the uterus body is manifested by its dispensation, myometrial

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Endometriosis of the uterus (adenomyosis). Adenomyosis is a form of genital endometriosis in which heterotopies of endometriotic tissue are found in the myometrium. Macroscopically, endometriosis of the uterus body is manifested by its dispensation, myometrial

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