|Published (Last):||3 August 2011|
|PDF File Size:||15.93 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||1.35 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
To compare three techniques of cervical conization: cold knife, loop diathermy and laser CO We studied patients treated with cervical conization. The results suggest that the technique used does not influence cone characteristics or complications..
ISSN: Cervical conization: current knowledge and evaluation of different surgical techniques. Descargar PDF. Autor para correspondencia. Palabras Clave:. Objective To compare three techniques of cervical conization: cold knife, loop diathermy and laser CO 2. Material and methods We studied patients treated with cervical conization. Conclusions The results suggest that the technique used does not influence cone characteristics or complications. Key Words:.
Kaplan, J. Goldman, R. The treatment of erosions of the uterine cervix by means of the CO2 laser. Obstet Gynecol, 41 , pp.
Dorsey, E. Microsurgical conization of the cervix by carbon dioxide laser. Obstet Gynecol, 54 , pp. Andersen, B. Pedersen, K. Laser conization: the results of treatment of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia. Gynecol Oncol, 54 , pp. Mathevet, D. Dargent, M. Roy, G. A randomised prospective study comparing three techniques of conization: cold knife, laser and LEEP.
Soc Fr Gynecol, 23 , pp. Cartier, B. Sopena, Y. Use of the diathermy loop in the diagnosis and treatment of lesions of the uterine cervix; 4th World Congress Int Fed Cervical Pathology and colposcopy. Londres, ,. Prendiville, J. Cullimore, S. A new method of management for women with cervical intraepithelial neoplasia.
Br J Obstet Gynecol, 96 , pp. Clin Obstet Gynecol, 9 , pp. Abdul-Karin, Y. Fu, J. Reagan, W. Morphometric study of intraepithelial neoplasia of the uterine cervix.
Obstet Gynecol, 60 , pp. Labastida Nicolau, M. Cararach Tur, A. Boonstra, J. Aalders, J. Koudstaal, J. Oosterhuis, J. Minimum extension and appropriate topographic position of tissue destruction for treatment of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia.
Obstet Gynecol, 75 , pp. Rome, W. Charen, A. Preclinical cancer of the cervix: diagnostic pitfalls. Gynecol Oncol, 22 , pp. Bertrand, G. Lickrish, T. The anatomic distribution of cervical adenocarcinoma in situ: implications for treatment. Am J Obstet Ginecol, , pp. Cullimore, D. Luesley, T. Rollason, P. Byrne, C. Buckley, M. Anderson, et al. A prospective study of conization of the cervix in the management ofcervical intraepithelial glandular neoplasia CIGN.
A preliminary report. Br J Obstet Gynecol, 99 , pp. Burghardt, E. Treatment of carcinoma in situ. Evaluation of cases. Obstet Gynecol, 55 , pp. Management of the patient with an abnorrmal Pappanicolau test.
Obstet Gynecol Clin N Am, 20 , pp. Luesley, J. Cullimore, C. Redman, F. Lawton, J. Emens, T. Rollason, et al. Loop diathermy excision of the cervical transformation zone in patients with abnormal cervical smears.
Br Med J, , pp. Vidart, M. Herraiz, M. Wright, R. Davies, M. Laser surgery for CIN: principles and results. Am J Obstet Gynecol, , pp. Barrasso, C. Zanardi, B. Huynh, A. Cervix and vagina: treatment. En: Human papilloma virus infection. A clinical atlas. Larsson, B.
Gullberg, H. A comparision of complications of laser and cold knife conization. Obstet Gynecol, 62 , pp. Delmore, D. Horbelt, K.
To compare three techniques of cervical conization: cold knife, loop diathermy and laser CO We studied patients treated with cervical conization. The results suggest that the technique used does not influence cone characteristics or complications.. ISSN:
Capítulo 11: Cómo proporcionar asistencia continua a las mujeres
There are different techniques to perform a conization according to the characteristics of the cervical lesions, their location and the purpose to perform it. It is a relatively simple procedure, which can be performed many times under local or general anesthesia, using different surgical materials. Yes, there are different techniques that are used depending on the type of cervical lesion that will be treated, and the experience of the gynecologist who performs it. With any of the techniques, a postoperative bleeding may occur that usually lasts no more than days and should progressively decrease. Malodorous discharge due to scarring of the cervix can also occur sometimes. Immediately after the procedure, you may experience mild pain that usually resolves with the passing of the hours and with the administration of oral analgesics.
Home Research projects Breast cancer prevention and early detection Cancer control Cervical cancer prevention and early detection Colorectal cancer prevention and early detection Lung cancer early prevention and detection Oral cancer early prevention and detection Training Manuals eLearning courses Digital learning series Video tutorials Other useful screening videos Audio presentations Quick clinical reference charts Online library SCR publications Scientific papers Collaborators About the group Visitors and news. Es apropiado que la mujer participe en el proceso decisorio. En la figura Sin embargo, puede haber excepciones a esta regla. Sin embargo, este enfoque puede dar lugar a un significativo grado de sobretratamiento. En el cuadro