Adebiyi Gbadebo Adesiyun

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Female sterilization by tubal ligation is the most commonly used method of fertility regulation. However, in some lesser-developed country like Nigeria, it has not been accepted as a popular method of contraception. To assess the pattern of female sterilization and determine factors that may influence its acceptability. A retrospective study of 102 cases of(More)
BACKGROUND This study was carried out to study the demographic variables, treatment options and mortality in cases of abortion related pelvic abscess. METHODS A retrospective study of patients that had pelvic abscess as a complication of unsafe abortion. The retrieved case files were scrutinized for the necessary information. RESULT The age ranged from(More)
Puerperal uterine inversion is an uncommon but life threatening obstetrical emergency. A 26-year-old woman, para six, was referred from a peripheral hospital seven days after delivery, with a mass protruding per vaginum. Complete uterine inversion had occurred after delivery of baby and placenta. She was resuscitated and her genital infection was treated.(More)
Objectives: To determine the indications for inevitable peripartum hysterectomy (IPH), associated demographic variables and the materno fetal outcome. Methodology: A retrospective analysis of twenty two patients that had inevitable peripartum hysterectomy (IPH) during the study period of 4 years, July 2001 to June 2005. Results: The mean age of the patients(More)
This is a prospective non-randomised study to determine the fertility performance and pregnancy outcome in pregnant females who had caesarean myomectomy at last delivery. A total of 29 females were studied and they had a mean age of 37.3 years. Of these, 22 (75.9%) of the females were para 1 and 25 (86.2%) had had one previous caesarean section. Only six(More)
Abdominal pregnancy is an uncommon but life-threatening form of ectopic pregnancy. It is associated with high maternal/fetal morbidity and mortality. We present a rare case of term abdominal pregnancy resulting from anterior uterine wall dehiscence, in a 36-year-old woman with three previous caesarean sections. The diagnosis was made at laparotomy for the(More)
Gynaecological malignancies frequently metastasize to contiguous structures, internal organs and bones. Cutaneous metastasis as a primary or recurrent presentation of these malignancies is rare and only a few cases have been reported in the literature. A twenty year (1991-2010) retrospective search for umbilical metastasis from gynaecological malignancies(More)
OBJECTIVE Ruptured ectopic gestation is a life threatening medical emergency especially in developing countries. However, the occurrence of hydatidiform mole in ruptured tubal pregnancy is uncommon. MATERIAL AND METHODS A consecutive analysis of patients with hydatidiform mole in ruptured tubal gestation over a 9-year period in a tertiary hospital. (More)
We present 2 cases of ovarian masses diagnosed as tumours but turned out to be pregnancy. Ovarian pregnancy, a form of ectopic gestation has a distinct pathology though it can be a source of diagnostic difficulty clinically and intraoperatively. A total of 71 ectopic pregnancies were seen in the department from January 2001 to December 2005, of these only(More)
Background: Involuntary infertility is a tragedy in most African setting. This is due to premium placed on fertility as a result of roles children fulfill in the family and the society. Aetiologic factors of infertility in sub-Saharan Africa are mostly infection related and they are mainly associated with poor treatment outcome to conventional non assisted(More)