Domagoj Vidosavljević

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This case report describes a case of heterotopic cervical ectopic pregnancy in a nulliparous woman that was successfully treated with single-dose local, intra-amniotic methotrexate injection in the gestational sac. Pregnancy was achieved spontaneously. The patient had previously undergone hysteroscopic myomectomy. By using local, single-dose treatment we(More)
A 43- year old woman, with ten previous deliveries and history of two cesarean sections was admitted to our Department at 32 weeks of gestation with massive vaginal hemorrhage from an ultrasound diagnosed placenta previa. An emergency cesarean section with vertical abdominal incision was performed. A healthy 2300 g female infant was delivered. Attempts to(More)
BACKGROUND Cervical pregnancy is rare and dangerous form of ectopic pregnancy which can be treated surgically or conservatively. Methotrexate is reasonable conservative option with high efficiency and acceptable level of side effects. Aim of this paper is to present possible treatment option in case of methotrexate failure, still keeping the postulates of(More)
Fallopian tube cancer is least common of all gynecologic tumors, with the mean age at onset between 54 and 63 years. This case report presents a 67-year-old female, gravida 1, para 1, with primary adenocarcinoma of the fallopian tube, detected and diagnosed preoperatively in clinical stage IIIc. The patient was asymptomatic, with only mild vaginal discharge(More)
Porphyrias are rare metabolic diseases caused by enzymatic defects of the haeme biosynthesis. Association of pregnancy and acute porphyria is rare, but mortality rate among pregnant women from acute attack has been reported up to 42%. This paper presents a patient with pregnancy complicated by intermittent hepatic porphyria with good perinatal outcome. The(More)
INTRODUCTION The case report describes a 29-year-old nulliparous woman that was admitted at the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics of the Clinical Hospital Osijek complaining of mild abdominal pain without vaginal discharge. CASE OUTLINE The patient's menstrual cycle was irregular, from 30-45 days. An ultrasound examination showed suspicion of an(More)
The role of laparoscopy in assisted reproduction is disputed by many. A rising problem of infertility is battled by an increasing number of centres for reproductive medicine in the region. Nevertheless, there is a large number of indications and conditions where laparoscopic surgery should not be avoided as a therapeutic choice or an aid in assisted(More)
Squamous cell carcinoma of the Bartholm's glands is a very rare form of vulvar neoplasm. This case presents a 46-year-old female diagnosed with advanced primary squamous cell cancer of the Bartholin glands that has proven positive for human papillomavirus (HPV). The patient was treated with a wide excision of the tumor, an ipsilateral lymphadenectomy, and(More)
This paper presents a case of a 37-year old pregnant woman with a large tumor extending from pelvis to xyphoid, diagnosed at 14 weeks of pregnancy. At 18 weeks myomectomy was performed and the tumor weighing 4250 g was removed. Hystopathological findings showed a uterine smooth muscle tumour of uncertain malignant potential. Due to preeclampsia an urgent(More)
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