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Haematoma of the vulva may occur following blunt trauma due to its highly vascular structure. We present two cases of haematoma of the vulva caused by domestic violence, following a kick on the perineum and falling astride on the perineum. Evacuation of the haematoma and repair of lacerated tissues were successfully performed.
We present a case of Choriangioma with associated polyhydramnios detected antenally on ultrasonography resulting in preterm labour and confirmed on histopathology post natally.
Total placenta accreta is a rare condition. Its management is a dilemma. Attempted separation of the placenta in placenta accreta can cause torrential blood loss. Therefore an antenatal diagnosis of placenta accreta permits advance planning of delivery. Two alternatives are caesarean section through the fundus with subsequent immediate hysterectomy, which… (More)
Our study was designed to find out the incidence of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus by using 75 gm oral glucose tolerance test as a single step procedure to both screen and diagnose and to know the effects of gestational diabetes towards maternal and fetal outcome. 500 pregnant women with singleton pregnancy were screened with 75 gm oral glucose tolerance… (More)
BACKGROUND Aggressive angiomyxoma is an uncommon mesenchymal tumor that preferentially involves the pelvic and perineal regions of females. Since its initial description in 1983, approximately 65 cases have been reported in the English literature. CASE A 33-year-old parous woman with a slow growing pedunculated soft tissue tumour of the vulva which later… (More)
The term fetus papyraceus is used to describe a flattened, mummified fetus associated with a viable twin or multiple gestation. Intrauterine fetal demise of a twin after eight weeks gestational age with retention of the fetus for a minimum of 10 weeks results in mechanical compression of the small fetus such that it resembles parchment paper. Prior to eight… (More)
This study was conducted to compare continuous suturing technique with interrupted method for the procedure of Episiotomy and second degree perineal tear following vaginal delivery. It was a comparative prospective study conducted in department of Obstetrics & Gynecology of M.K.C.G. Medical college, Berhampur , Odisha, India, from November 2012 to February… (More)