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A case of fibrous tumor of the uterus, accompanied with excessive haemorrhage successfully treated by excision by Fordyce Barker

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Published by s.n.] in [New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Uterine Neoplasms, surgery,
  • Leiomyoma, surgery

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesFibrous tumor of the uterus.
Statementby B. Fordyce Barker
ContributionsRoyal College of Surgeons of England
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26266911M

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unaffected but postpartum haemorrhage (excessive blood loss) may occur due to atomicity (lack of uterine muscle contraction) of the uterus. Hence, Health care Professionals must take precautions during labour and post partum period to avoid complications and restore the reproductive health of the women Fig. 4 Removed fibroid uterus. REFERENCES 1. Sharon L. : Sathiyalatha Sarathi. Fibroids are the most common benign tumors of the uterus hence they are most frequently encountered tumors during pregnancy and delivery. It is likely to be accompanied by high chances of excessive haemorrhage hence the issue of haemorrhage and subsequent blood transfusion be discussed with the patient and adequate quantity of blood made Author: SK Kathpalia.   Solitary fibrous tumour of the uterine cervix is an extremely rare phenomenon. We present a case of the largest cervical tumour of this type in this anatomical location reported so far. A year old white female presented with abdominal pain, abnormal uterine bleedings and a 15 cm mass of the uterine cervix/left parametrium. Histological examination with immunohistochemistry of the tumour Cited by: 2. Fibroid tumors are solid tumors which are made of fibrous tissue, hence the name ‘fibroid’ tumor. Most often fibroids occur as multiple tumor masses which are slow-growing and often cause no symptoms. The size of fibroids varies immensely among women and some are so small that a microscope is required to see them.

Gonullu et al (66) reported a case of metastatic breast carcinoma to SFT in the lung, and Strickland et al (67) reported a case of SFT of the uterus presenting with lung metastases. Míguez.   Neoplasms, pregnancy trauma, and anovulation account for the majority of abnormal bleeding cases in the uterus. Often, chronic or infectious diseases can also cause a uterine hemorrhage. In most instances, a uterine hemorrhage can last between two days and seven days. Adolescent girls and adult women are mainly affected. Hard cancerous tumors of the breast. Ovarian tumors with a scrofulous taint. Phytolacca has a tendency to fat formation, and may prove useful in fatty tumors as well as in hard, painful nodosities in the breast. Cancers of the breast when the tumors is hard, painful and purple. It acts as an absorbent in fibroid tumors of the uterus.   Excessive profuse menses flowing like a stream, with great debility, passive uterine haemorrhage from fibroid tumors (led) Zincum-met () [Zinc] Menses too early and too profuse, she passes lumps of coagulated blood when walking, fidgetiness of lower extremities.

Uterine leiomyomata, or fibroids, are benign tumors of the uterine smooth muscle and extracellular matrix and are extremely common in women of reproductive : Evan Myers, Gillian D Sanders, Dhurjati Ravi, David Matchar, Laura Havrilesky, Gregory Samsa, Benjam. This is particularly the case with the fibrous polypus, which is not only accompanied by the ordinary hemorrhage from the capillaries of the mucous membrane, but also from larger vessels of the uterus, or sinuses of the morbid growth that have given way to excessive traction. Fibroid tumors of the uterus scarcely ever occur before the twentieth.   Until recently I have suffered from a condition called “menorrhagia.” The symptoms are basically extremely heavy menstrual bleeding accompanied by the passing of tissue, (it looks like a large blood clot, but is actually the lining of the uterus), and sometimes heavy abdominal, back, .   37 V. Pathophysiology of the Disease Benign Tumors of the Uterus Fibroids (leiomyomas, Fibromyomas, myoma) Anovulatory Cycles High levels of unopposed estrogen Intermingled varying amounts of fibrous connective tissue Resembling the muscles in the walls of the organ Usually multiple and vary from pea-sized to masses Located in the Located lower In the body of Close beneath Lower uterus down on the cervix uterus its lining membrane Pedunculated Intramural Intramural Protruding Intracavitary.