A young female in 20’s presents with non specific lower abdominal pain. Undergoes investigations followed by surgery based on the findings. Presents back to ED in 2 days after discharge.
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A female in 70’s with pelvic mass underwent elective surgical procedure. Other significant history includes atrial fibrillation, on warfarin. Post op unremarkable until day 9.
A well established technique used to release the proximal occlusions. Globally, 15% of couples are infertile. Upto 1/3 of this are caused by tubal disease.
Young female in mid 30’s undergoing Infertility treatment Presented to ED with abdominal pain, after undergoing Trans-vaginal Oocyte retrieval Hemodynamically stable during initial clinical examination
A female in mid 60s presents from outside hospital with active uterine/vaginal bleed, Uncontrollable by conservative measures. Had almost 20 units of blood transfusion, on pressors. Taken to OR for surgical fixation. Failed surgical fixation, Transferred to IR for further intervention.
An excellent talk by Dr Maureen Kohi on the role of IR in womens health. Not to miss, as it details all the insights into the IR role. This was presented at the Angioclub meetings, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland. Maureen P. Kohi, MD, is an Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology in the Vascular and Interventional Radiology […]
23 y/o female with 1 year history of intermittent menorrhagia Failed attempts of conservative management with hormone therapy. Patient is a Jehovah’s witness, and received iron infusions to maintain Hb. Baseline Hb trending between 5-7. Imaging showed multiple large uterine fibroids
Young female with metastatic cervical cancer, S/P chemo therapy, radiotherapy, surgery. S/P bilateral neph tubes placements secondary to ureteric involvement from the pelvic mass. Present admission for exchange of the tubes, during which had acute drop in hemoglobin from vaginal bleed. No surgical options and patient was in the process of palliative care.
Presentation covering chronic pelvic pain in females.