Effect of Total Abdominal Hysterectomy on Ovarian Blood Supply in Women of Reproductive Age

  title={Effect of Total Abdominal Hysterectomy on Ovarian Blood Supply in Women of Reproductive Age},
  author={Eliana Aguiar Petri Nahas and Anagl{\'o}ria Pontes and Jorge Nah{\'a}s-Neto and Vera Therezinha Medeiros Borges and Rog{\'e}rio Dias and Paulo Traiman},
  journal={Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine},
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of total abdominal hysterectomy on ovarian blood supply using transvaginal color Doppler ultrasonography in women of reproductive age. 

Total salpingectomy during abdominal hysterectomy: Effects on ovarian reserve and ovarian stromal blood flow

Aim:  To investigate the short‐ and medium‐term consequences of performing total salpingectomy during abdominal hysterectomy (without oophorectomy) on certain ovarian reserve parameters and blood

Laparoscopic hysterectomy in large uteri: Experience from a tertiary care hospital in Bangladesh

The purpose of this study was to examine the safety and feasibility of laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy for uteri weighing more than 500 g as compared to uteri weighing less than 500 g


This study retrospectively reviewed the medical records and laboratory data of patients aged 30-50 years with regular menstruation before hysterectomy and calculated changes between preoperative and postoperative AMH levels of each patient.

Impact of Total Salpingectomy Versus Tubal Conservation During Abdominal Hysterectomy on Ovarian Function

Salpingectomy with abdominal hysterectomy is a safe and convenient treatment that does not have a deleterious effect on ovarian reserve and there was significant differences between Ovary size distributions between studied groups at different times.

Effect of opportunistic salpingectomy on ovarian reserve in patients undergoing hysterectomy for benign indications

Prophylactic salpedectomy during hysterectomy did not cause additional ovarian reserve impairment without any operative and postoperative complications and the effect of salpingectomy additional to hystEREctomy on ovarian reserve appraising ultrasonographic scanning and AMH was elucidated.

The effect of hysterectomy on ovarian blood supply and endocrine function

Hysterectomy may impair ovarian blood supply and function and there is good correlation between Doppler parameters and endocrine parameters.

Ovarian function and ovarian blood supply following premenopausal abdominal hysterectomy

There is no evidence of ovarian dysfunction affecting conserved ovaries one year after hysterectomy in premenopausal women as evident by AMH, FSH and estradiol, and an increased ovarian volume and reduced ovarian pulsatility indices indicate a possible increase in ovarian blood supply, and preserved non-compromised ovarian function.

Does laparoscopic hysterectomy + bilateral salpingectomy decrease the ovarian reserve more than total abdominal hysterectomy? A cohort study, measuring anti-Müllerian hormone before and after surgery

The serum levels of AMH decreased significantly after both methods of hysterectomy (laparoscopy and laparotomy), while this decrease was greater in TAH group that shows.



The acute effect of hysterectomy on ovarian blood flow.

Transvaginal color Doppler ultrasonography in reproductive gynecology.

Transvaginal color Doppler sonography provides relevant information on uterine and ovarian blood flow and aids in the identification of pregnancy viability as well as the early diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy.

Effect of hysterectomy on conserved ovarian function.

From this study, it is apparent that women treated with TAH are at risk of early menopause and should receive adequate hormone replacement therapy.

Effect of hysterectomy on ovarian blood supply and function.

  • M. DoganZ. Basaran O. Gökmen
  • Medicine
    Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology : the journal of the Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • 1998
It is proposed that the decision whether to preserve or remove the ovaries must be based on assessment of their functional status, and advantages and disadvantages of leaving ovaries intact should be carefully evaluated.

Ovarian Histology and Function After Total Abdominal Hysterectomy

Histologic study of the ovaries one year after total abdominal hysterectomy showed stromal cell hyperplasia, thickening of the tunica albuginea, and a significant decrease of follicular reserve, follicular cysts, and corpora albicantia.

The fate of the retained ovaries following radical hysterectomy.

Preservation of the ovaries at the time of radical hysterectomy and lymphadenectomy does not seem to compromise patient care; Impaired function or failure of the retained ovaries, however, is not uncommon; close post-treatment surveillance is therefore important in terms not only of recurrent disease but of function of the Ovaries as well.

The Adnexal Branches of the Uterine Artery

The present investigation was carried out to determine whether there is any difference between the radiographic appearance of the adnexal branches of the uterine artery in healthy and diseased adnexa.

The residual ovary syndrome: a 20-year experience.