Endometritis, Pyometra and Parametritis

Endometritis, Pyometra and Parametritis

Endometritis, Pyometra and Parametritis ENDOMETRITIS A. Acute endometritis e.g. post-abortive & post-operative. B. Chronic endometritis: 1. During childbearing period: uncommon

Vaginal discharge (Leucorrhea)

Vaginal discharge (Leucorrhea)

Vaginal discharge (Leucorrhea) Leucorrhea: excessive normal discharge * Frequently means all genital discharge except bleeding. * Normal vaginal discharge: 1)

Cervicitis

Cervicitis

Cervicitis 1. Acute cervicitis. 2. Chronic cervicitis. 3. Cervical ectopy. Acute cervicitis Definition: acute inflammation of endocervical glands. Aetiology: *

Uterine inversion

Uterine inversion

Uterine inversion  Definition: the uterus is turned inside out either partially or completely.  Aetiology: A. Acute inversion (acute

Genital prolapse (Descendus, Procidentia, Prolapsus Uteri)

Genital prolapse (Descendus, Procidentia, Prolapsus Uteri)

Genital prolapse (Descendus, Procidentia, Prolapsus Uteri) Def.: Protrusion of one or more genital organs below their normal anatomical position. Incidence:

Vagina development

Vagina and vulva development

Development of the vagina ♣Origin: 2 origins: * Upper 3/4 from Mullerian duct. * Lower 1/4 from urogenital sinus. ◊ When

Uterus and fallopian tube development

Uterus and fallopian tube development

Development of uterus ♣Origin: Middle part of Mullerian duct. ♣Mullerian duct: ◊ 2 ducts develop as invagination of coelomic epithelium. ◊

Development of the ovary

Development of the ovary

Development of the ovary Stages: I. Stage of differentiation: * Coelomic epithelium on both sides of midline is thickened to

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