Magdy Mohammed Moustafa

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OBJECTIVE To investigate the clinical efficacy and safety of Helica Thermal Coagulator (TC) in the treatment of pelvic pain associated with minimal (stage I) and mild (stage II) endometriosis. DESIGN A clinical observational study. SETTING A referral center for laparoscopic treatment of endometriosis. PATIENT(S) Eighty-one women with pelvic pain(More)
This randomised prospective study in 53 women having vaginal hysterectomy for benign conditions compared a closed vault technique with an open technique. Twenty-seven had the vault closed (group A) whereas 26 patients had an open vault (group B). The primary outcomes include, vault haematoma (as detected by ultrasound on day 3) and fever. Secondary outcomes(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the reproductive outcome following Helica Thermal Coagulator (Helica TC) in an infertile population with early-stage endometriosis. DESIGN A clinical observational trial conducted in a NHS tertiary referral centre for treatment of endometriosis. Forty-four healthy infertile women (mean age 21 years, range 18-34 years) with(More)
This is a case of an ovarian actinomycosis diagnosed as a complex ovarian cyst by ultrasound in asymptomatic patient. The ovarian tumour markers were within normal. The tube and ovary were removed laparoscopically. She received 2 weeks of daily IV 1 g of ceftriaxone, followed by 6 months of oral amoxicillin. CT scan did not show evidence of actinomycosis(More)
Background: Treatment of deep endometriosis involving the bowel is controversial. There is limitation of medical treatment. Several surgical techniques are used. All of them are associated with potential intraoperative complications and long-term hazards for the bladder, bowel and sexual function. Objectives: This study seeks to review systematically(More)
The incidence of uterine leiomyomas (fibroids) during women’s reproductive years is estimated at 20–40% [1]. The prevalence of fibroids in the pregnant population is estimated between 2.7% and 25% [2–4]. The complications that fibroids can cause both in pregnancy and in the purperium are well documented and numerous. Ante-natal complications include pain(More)
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