ADENOMYOSIS -By:Drs Nazia Haidari

  By Drs Nazia Haidari . ADENOMYOSIS DEFINITION It is the endometriosis of uterine wall or myometrium because of the histology Specifications of the disturbance in which endometrial gland are found deep into the myometrium or ectopic endometrial glands and stroma are found within the myometrium resulting in a symmetrically enlarged and globular uterus . […]

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Infertility- By: Drs Woranga

  By Drs Woranga Infertility Def: the inability to become pregnant after 12 months of unprotected sexual intercourse . it has 2 types one is primary infertility another is secondary infertility, Primary means that infertility in the absence of previous pregnancy and secondary means that infertility after previous pregnancy Cause of infertility: Female factors Multifactorial […]

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DYSPERUNIA -By: Dr Fazil

  DYSPERUNIA By Dr Fazil it is pain during after sexual intercourse. It can be affect men but is more common in women.women with dysperunia can have pain in the vagina, clitoris or labia. Risk factors of dysperunia 1-Those who are sexually inexperienced 2-Those who are peri-or post menopause Presentation Symptoms Ask if it is […]

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OVARIAN TUMOR – By:Drs Frishta Azizi

Drs Frishta Azizi OVARIAN TUMOR Ovarian cancer is a malignancy arising from the epithelial lining of the ovary or the cells of the ovary itself. As such, the tow basic histological types of ovarian cancer are epithelial and nonepithelial. Ovarian cancer is the most deadly gynecologic malignancy because it is most often diagnosed at an […]

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Ectopic pregnancy – By: Drs Freshta Aziz

By Drs Freshta Azizi Ectopic pregnancy Is a pregnancy that is located outside the uterine cavity The most common site is the fallopian tubes about 97%followed by the abdominal cavity, ovary and cervix. The most common site in fallopian is ampulla, followed by the isthmus and fimbria. Cornual pregnancies that occur in the intramular portion […]

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ENDOMERIAL POLYPS By: Drs Nazia Haidari

By Drs Nazia Haidari ENDOMERIAL POLYPS Endometrial polyps are focused excessive growths of endometrial tissue,containing glands,stroma,and blood vessels, secreted epithelium. Endometrial polyps are most commonly found in reproductive age women.and estrogen stimulation considred to play a key role in their development. As such ,polyps are leastly found before menarche. Molecular mechanisms which including more than […]

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ABORTION AND TYPES OF ABORTION

By Drs Najeeba Abdul-Manan ABORTION AND TYPES OF ABORTION : Bleeding in the first trimester can be from many causes that may or may not be related to the pregnancy. CAUSES OF BLEEDING : 1- spontaneous abortion 2-ectopic pregnancy 3-hydatidiform mole 4-benign and malignant lesion 5-trauma ABORTION : Spontaneous abortion, miscarriage, and pregnant you loss […]

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(AUB)Abnormal uterin bleedin By:Drs Nazia haidari

By drs Nazia haidari (AUB)Abnormal uterin bleedin Can present in many ways,from infrequent episodes , to excessive flow , or prologed duration of menses and intermenstrual bleeding . Alterations in the pattern or volume of blood flow of menses are among the most common health concerns of women .Infrequent uterine bleeding is called oligomenorrhea if […]

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PUBERTY

PUBERTY by mateen fazil The hypothalamo-pituitary-ovarian acis is function ally complete during the latter half of regal life Five stages of puberty 1- Growth spurt 2-Breast devlopment 3-pubic hair Growth 4-Menstruation 5-Axillary hair growth BREAST DEVLOPMENT The breast bud responds to the production of oestradiol by the ovary which is itself reliant on GnRH production […]

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THE ENDOMETRIAL CYCLE

THE ENDOMETRIAL CYCLE by samira kohdamani The endometrium responds to the ovarian hormones , oestogens and progesterone . The ovarian activity is divided into follicular and luteal phases . Oestrogens are produced during the follicular and luteal phases , but progesterone is produced only by corpus luteum during the luteal phase . The endometrial response […]

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