To study the clinical and histopathological findings on hysterectomy
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 6, Pages 299-304
AbstractBackground: Hysterectomyare mostlycommon performed in the gynecological procedure for clinical problem in its treatments includes fibroids, prolapse, adenomyosis, endometriosos. Hysterectomy is performed worldwide in women at 30- 55 years of age. Aim and objectives to indicate the diagnosis to performed hysterectomy in patients and complications associated undergoing hysterectomy.
Methods: Total 255 patients undergone hysterectomy in the hospital was studied and analysed it clinical indications of surgery and complication of it, surgical specimens were sent for histopathology and report.
Results: The study shows thathysterectomy was performed in the major diagnosis of uterine prolapse (33.50%), leiomyoma (45.50%), adenomyosis (12.50%) while the report specimens also showed it. The diagnosis before the hysterectomy was confirmed by histopathology. There was no major complications were observed in the patients undergoing hysterectomy as this procedure is widely used for gynecological problems.
Conclusions: The study shows the data of patients’ trends of the hysterectomy and diagnosis that leads to perform hysterectomy was analyzed by histopathological finding in the patients. Complications were negligible in the hysterectomy and safe procedure
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