B I Zheleznov

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Examinations of 86 women included echography, examination of the lower segment of the uterus during surgery, control manual examination of the postpartum uterus, and histologic examination of the tissues collected from the so-called cicatrix site. The authors claim that the criteria of the myometrial adequacy are the V-shaped lower segment of the uterus, at(More)
Ovarian and endometrial changes in most patients with uterine myoma had a histophysiologic nature. Clinical symptoms of "rapid growth" of myoma were largely determined by degenerative changes in the tumor and the surrounding myometrium. Uterine bleedings in patients with myoma may be related to hyperplastic lesions of the ovaries and endometrium, vascular(More)