Neetu Sangwan

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The isthmus of uterus is different from the rest of uterus and cervix in anatomic as well as functional aspects. The tumors arising from it may be subjected to a different set of forces which may predispose to growth in a tangential or horizontal direction. A young woman who underwent myomectomy for a large isthmic myoma is presented and the growth dynamics(More)
Primary leiomyosarcoma of the broad ligament (LBL) is a very rare and highly malignant gynecological tumor. A 45 year old hysterectomized woman with this rare tumor is presented. Treatment consisted of resection of the tumor along with omental and peritoneal sampling and adjuvant chemotherapy. No evidence of metastasis was present after 15 months of follow(More)
Rudimentary horn is a rare anomaly and results from arrested development of the mullerian ducts. We report a case of twin pregnancy in a unicornuate uterus with a non-communicating rudimentary horn, in which two siblings each in separate horn were delivered successfully by caesarean section.
Twenty-year-old para 1 presented with acute puerperal uterine inversion. Manual reposition and O’sullivan methods were tried but failed. She refused for any other corrective procedure. She again presented after 10 months with chronic puerperal inversion. Haultain operation was done. At laparotomy, inverted uterus was unicornuate, right kidney and ureter(More)
Spontaneous rupture of uterine vessels, though rare, is a life threatening condition occurring during pregnancy or the peripartum period. The maternal and perinatal mortality may be as high as 40 and 30 % respectively [1]. Though more than 100 cases of rupture of uterine vessels have been reported during pregnancy and puerperium, only five cases have been(More)
A study was conducted to determine the variations in concentrations of blood glucose, total protein, cholesterol and blood urea nitrogen (BUN) in buffaloes (n=30) suffering from foreign body syndrome. These animals were subdivided into two groups showing traumatic reticuloperitonitis (TRP, n=20) and diaphragmatic hernia (DH, n=10). Six healthy female(More)
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