Hematocervix as a complication after thermal balloon ablation


Authors: Z. Šurdová;  A. Quireshi
Authors‘ workplace: Royal United Hospital, Bath, Veľká Británia primár oddelenia Mr D. Walker MD, MRCOG, MBChB
Published in: Ceska Gynekol 2016; 81(1): 20-22

Overview

Objective:
Case report of the hematocervix following thermal balloon ablation.

Design:
Case report.

Settings:
Department of Gynecology and Obstetric, Royal United Hospital in Bath, UK.

Methodology:
Case report of the 46-year-old patient who has been treated in our department due to the hematocervix following thermal balloon ablation. We discuss the etiopathogenesis in the discussion section.

Conclusion:
A cyclical bleeding from the area of the cervix or hematocervix is a rare complication of subtotal hysterectomy. Our case report describes the first reported case following thermal balloon ablation.

KEYWORDS:
thermoablation, thermal balloon ablation, hematocervix


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