Benign gynaecoid diseases (Leimyomas (Risk factores (Onset of menstruation…
Benign gynaecoid diseases
Is a benign smooth muscle tumour that very rarely becomes cancer .
Other growth factores
Pelvic pressure pain
Heavy menstrual bleeding
Menstrual period lasting more than a week
Onset of menstruation at an early age
Vitamin D deficiency
oestrogen receptor modulators.
Increase in size of the endometrial surface area
Increase vascularity and vascular flow to the uterus
Inteference with normal uterine contratility
Endometrial ulceration over submucous leiomyoma
Compression of the venious plexus within the myometrium
Magnetic resonance imaging.
Is a condition in which cells similar to those in the endometrium, the layer of tissue that normally covers the inside of the uterus.
Dysmenorrhea – painful, sometimes disabling cramps during the menstrual period.
Dyspareunia – painful sexual intercourse
chronic pelvic pain – typically accompanied by lower back pain or abdominal pain
Dysuria – urinary urgency, frequency, and sometimes painful voiding
Magnetic resonance imaging
Birth control pills
Under the influences of hormobes
Endometrial tissue that is located outside
The uterus , thickens , breaks down and bleeds
The blood can not exit the body.
The blood becomes trapped anf forms cyst and irritate the surrounding tissue.
is a cancer that forms in or on an ovary
Benign inflammatory disease
Never having children.
Hormone therapy after menopause.
Alkylating antineoplastic agent.
Topoisomerase inhibitors .
cytotoxic antibiotics .
The ovarian surface it is exposed to the peritoneal vcavity
then cancer cells proliferate inward
When thine cyst walls rypture
Cancer cells spreads into peritoneal cavity
cancer cells may grow outward in papillary form
is an abnormal opening that connects your vagina to another organ.
fluid leaking from the vigina.
Foul smelling discharge.
Sores in the genital area.
the lack of prenatal care
young age at delivery
long duration of labour
lack of family planning
Over vigorous blunt dissection of the uterus.
Result in tear in post bladder wall or devascularisation.
Vaginal cuff suture incorporated into bladder.
Tissue ischemia, necrosis.
Resulting in fistula