Hello, I'm doctor Gillian Johnson As a former fibroids sufferer what I want to tell you is You don't have to suffer. Fibroids and fibroids symptoms can be cured WITHOUT surgery or a hysterectomy. I had two uterine fibroids, and you may know how painful is. After several unsuccessful medications, my gynecologist wanted me to undergo surgery. But another doctor suggested me to follow a new holisticdrugfree method, accessible on the web. In just 5 weeks fibroids shrunk drastically. No more pain, no more irregular periods, no more bladder pressure. The following ultrasounds shown that both of these fibroid were completely gone.
Uterus Anatomy, Definition and Function Human Anatomy Kenhub
Uterus Anatomy, Definition and Function Human Anatomy Kenhub Hello everyone! It's Matt from Kenhub, and in this tutorial, we will do a quick overview of the anatomy of the uterus. The uterus or womb which you see highlighted in green on this image of the female pelvis is a hollow, hormoneresponsive reproductive sex organ in the female pelvis that measures approximately 8 cm in length. It lies dorsocranially on the bladder. It is surrounded by circumjacent connective tissue called the parametrium which is part of the visceral peritoneum.
The peritoneum covers the uterus almost completely except the ventral part of the cervix and it forms 2 recesses ventrally, the vesicouterine pouch and, dorsally, the rectouterine pouch or Pouch of Douglas. On either side of the uterus, the peritoneum folds over itself and forms a double layer called the broad ligament. The uterus is divided into the cervix, isthmus and corpus. The cervix lies adjacent to the isthmus subperitoneally, meaning it is not covered by the peritoneum and it connects the uterine cavity to the lumen of the vagina. It is approximately 2.5 cm long. The cervical canal has 2 orifices the internal orifice.
Which is the opening into the uterus and the external orifice opening into the vagina that is covered with vaginal epithelium. The isthmus is about a 1 cm long narrow passage connecting the cervix and the body of the uterus. The corpus or body lies intraperitoneally and has a triangleshaped lumen through its connection to the isthmus and both fallopian tubes. In most women, the corpus is bent forward against the cervix at the isthmus known as the antiflexion, and the long axis of the uterus is inclined towards the vagina known as antiversion. The shape and size can vary.
Depending on age, number of pregnancies, and hormonal status. The base of the uterus is called the fundus. The uterus is supplied by the uterine artery, a branch of the internal iliac artery and the uterine branch is of the ovarian artery which is a branch of the abdominal aorta. The venous drainage of the uterus is carried out by the uterine venous plexus shown here in green into the internal iliac vein. The sympathetic supply of the uterus is derived from the inferior hypogastric plexus. Parasympathetic supplies derived from S2 to S4 sacral nerves.
All vessels and nerves run through the lateral ligaments, a broad duplication of the peritoneum connecting the lateral wall of the uterus with the pelvic wall. The uterus plays an important role in human reproduction. It is the organ where the implantation and nourishment of the fertilized ovum takes place. Through muscle contraction, it helps push the baby out at the time of delivery. This tutorial is more fun than reading a textbook, right If you want more tutorials, interactive quizzes, articles, and an atlas of human anatomy, click on the Take me to Kenhub button.
Hysterectomy Removal of Uterus, Ovaries and Fallopian Tubes Surgery
Your doctor has recommended that you have a hysterectomy with the removal of the ovaries and fallopian tubes. But what does that actually mean Hysterectomy is the removal of the uterus the organ that holds and protects the fetus during pregnancy. Hysterectomy often also involves the removal of other parts of the reproductive system, including the ovaries where eggs are produced the fallopian tubes which carry the eggs to the uterus and the cervix or neck of the uterus. There are many different reasons why a doctor may recommend this kind of surgery.
Patient Education In many cases, disease or the growth of abnormal tissue will lead a doctor to recommend the removal of the uterus, the ovaries and fallopian tubes. In some cases, unusually heavy menstrual flow and the accompanying discomfort may make hysterectomy an important treatment option for patient and physician to consider. But no matter what the reason behind it, you should be aware that the removal of the uterus and other reproductive organs is a serious step and it can mean significant changes in your life. Patient Education After having a hysterectomy, you will not be able to have children and if because your.
Ovaries are removed as part of the procedure, you may even need to take medication to replace hormones that your body once produced on its own. So make sure that you ask your doctor to carefully explain the reasons behind this recommendation. After allowing a few minutes for the anesthetic to take affect your doctor will decide whether to make a vertical or horizontal incision. An incision is made cutting through the skin and muscle of the abdomen. Next, the surgeon will inspect the general condition of the abdominal organs. Once the ovaries are exposed the uterus can then be separated from the bladder.
All arteries, veins and ligaments connected to the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes are tied off and cut. Now the uterus can be pulled upward. This stretches the vagina allowing the surgeon to cut the uterus free at the cervix. The surgeon closes the top of the vagina with stitches, and provides added support by attaching the ligaments that once held the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes in place. The incision is then closed and a drainage tube may be left inserted at the site. Finally, a sterile bandage is applied.
Hysterectomy Removal of the Uterus PreOp Patient Education
Your doctor has recommended that you have a hysterectomy. But what does that actually mean Hysterectomy is the removal of the uterus the organ that holds and protects the fetus during pregnancy. Hysterectomy often also involves the removal of other parts of the reproductive system, including the ovaries where eggs are produced the fallopian tubes which carry the eggs to the uterus and the cervix or neck of the uterus. There are many different reasons why a doctor may recommend this kind of surgery. In many cases, disease or the growth of abnormal tissue will lead a doctor to recommend the.
Removal of the uterus. In some cases, unusually heavy menstrual flow and the accompanying discomfort may make hysterectomy an important treatment option for patient and physician to consider. But no matter what the reason behind it, you should be aware that the removal of the uterus and other reproductive organs is a serious step and it can mean significant changes in your life. After having a hysterectomy, you will not be able to have children and if your ovaries are removed as part of the procedure, you may even need to take medication to replace.
Hormones that your body once produced on its own. After allowing a few minutes for the anesthetic to take effect, your doctor will decide whether to make a vertical or horizontal incision. An incision is made cutting through the skin and muscle of the abdomen. Next, the surgeon will inspect the general condition of the abdominal organs. Once the ovaries are exposed the uterus can then be separated from the bladder. Next, the fallopian tubes are tied off and cut. All arteries and veins connected to the uterus are tied off and cut as well.
Why Mother And Baby Are At Risk If Doctors Dont Respond To Uterine Rupture In Time
Was your babys brain injury during delivery the Result of the doctors failure to respond to a Uterine rupture hello i am marcus boston and i Am a medical malpractice attorney practicing law In the state of maryland and i would like to Talk to you today about why doctors must respond Quickly if a uterine rupture occurs now we see This a lot of times when the mother is in constant Pain and the fetal monitor shows that the baby Is in distress when this is the case doctors have.
To act quickly because if an emergency csection Is not performed in time the baby can suffer Brain damage and the mom can also suffer severe Injury uterine ruptures are usually something That doctors have to take a look at and keep in Mind when the mother has had some type of previous Uterine surgery so why have i taken the time today To share this important information with you Because if you are watching this tutorial chances Are your baby has suffered a brain injury and now You are wondering whether your prior uterine.
Surgery might have had something to do with this Injury well this is what i invite you to do if Your childs injury or your injury happened while You were here in maryland this is what i invite You to do pick up the phone and give me a call I can be reached at 3018504832 or if you Prefer you can send me an email to medicalinjury bostonlawllc we answer questions like yours All of the time and I would be glad to listen to Your story well guys thats it for todays short.
Amniocentesis Testing for genetic abnormalities
One possible diagnostic test that is available to pregnant women is a procedure called an amniocentesis. This is a procedure where we put a very fine needle into the amniotic fluid, into the womb essentially, under ultrasound guidance and remove some amniotic fluid. Amniotic fluid is essentially baby urine, so the baby will just produce more and replace what we remove. The benefit of this is that if a woman is worried about the chance of their baby having a chromosome abnormality such as Down syndrome or some other genetic condition,.
We can directly test for that. So if a woman is worried based on her age, because we know that women as they get older are at a higher risk for chromosome abnormalities, or if a women has a family history or a personal history of having a prior child with a genetic condition or if a certain ultrasound finding is identified that increases her risk for having a chromosome abnormality we can directly test the baby for whether or not that baby has that genetic condition. This allows moms and families a chance to potentially end a pregnancy if that's.
Flow Diversion for Cerebral Aneurysm Treatment Narrated Animation.
Flow diversion is a newer endovascular technique used to treat brain aneurysms. The procedure involves placing a flowdiverting device a specially designed metal mesh tube in the blood vessel adjacent to the aneurysm to divert blood flow AWAY from the aneurysm. In this procedure, a catheter guided by a wire is inserted through the femoral artery at the groin and threaded all the way to the affected brain artery. The guidewire is removed. A microcatheter carrying the flowdiverting device is introduced inside the initial catheter and is navigated PAST the aneurysm opening, without entering it. The device is then deployed.
Meet Dr. Sylvia Ertel OBGYN Care
My name is Sylvia Ertel. I'm a general OBGYN and I practice at Community North. My practice's name is Castleton OBGYN. I've been in practice here for about six years now. Every patient is a good candidate for this kind of hysterectomy. Really the goal when you do a hysterectomy is to do it the least invasive way possible. If you can't do it vaginally, then either you are left to do it abdominally or laproscopically. Doing it laproscopically with robotic assistance is better for the patient. There is a quicker recovery time. With an abdominal hysterectomy, when you have an incision,.
You have about a six week long recovery. With a laproscopic robotic hysterectomy, it's about two to three weeks. I've had patients go back to work after two weeks, full time, to their job. And I think that's a huge difference. There's less blood loss. You actually leave the hospital a day earlier. The last case that I did, the patient actually could have gone home the same day of surgery. The nurses have been just amazed, on the floor, how well these patients do. The main benefit to the patient with cost efficiency is that they're back to work earlier.
Most people take short term disability if they have a hysterectomy, and usually they don't get paid 100 of their paycheck. So if you can go back to work earlier, then you can get your regular paycheck back. In these days, people are having trouble. A lot of people have dual income families, and they really need that extra paycheck. I think it's important for women to know that this is an option for them. I think that the word is not out about this kind of technology. I think it's important that everyone should.
MTG Catheters Reduce Urinary Tract Infections
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And they're just not working very well and he said I need to come back in and I may have to start using a catheter. What is that Welcome to my world, Charlie. I've been using intermittent catheters for a very long time. I used to have to carry around a urinal with me along with the catheter but really the worst part about it was the infections. What type of infections Urinary tract infections. I've had several of them and this is the product that's helped me out the most.
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