GOLDEN RULES OF GYNECOLOGY George Benjamin Norberg

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GOLDEN RULES OF GYNECOLOGY  by  George Benjamin Norberg

GOLDEN RULES OF GYNECOLOGY by George Benjamin Norberg
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This ebook edition has been proofed and corrected for errors and compiled to read with pleasure!*****An excerpt from the beginning of:CHAPTER V.DISEASES OF THE TUBES AND OVARIES.SALPINGITIS.Remember that this very common disease is due, in the vastMoreThis ebook edition has been proofed and corrected for errors and compiled to read with pleasure!*****An excerpt from the beginning of:CHAPTER V.DISEASES OF THE TUBES AND OVARIES.SALPINGITIS.Remember that this very common disease is due, in the vast majority of cases, to extension upward of an endometritis.Remember that there is such a condition as catarrhal salpingitis, but the symptoms are so slight as not to be noticed.Remember that purulent salpingitis is caused by septic and gonorrheal endometritis.Remember that the gonococci most frequently are the cause of pus-tubes and this fact renders gonorrhea such a serious complaint in the female.Remember that in addition to the symptoms caused by the tubal lesion consideration must be given to those that are dependent upon the coexisting endometritis.Remember that pain is an important symptom and may result from mechanical pressure and displacement of the uterus and appendages- or it may be caused by tractions upon adhesions that have formed between the tube and adjacent structures.Remember that the character and severity of the pains vary from a dull heavy sensation to.

acute, agonizing paroxysm. In some cases the pain takes the form of colic.Remember that the pain is usually constant but is influenced by position. Thus the recumbent posture relieves the pelvic weight and also pain- hence these patients, as a rule, are better on arising in the morning. Walking, exercise, coition, constipation, and often urination make the pain worse. At the menstrual period the congestion of pelvic organs increases the pain.Remember that the pain is located in one or both iliac regions and may extend- to the lumbosacral region or radiate down the thighs.Remember that dysmenorrhea is a somewhat constant characteristic symptom.

It usually begins a week prior to the flow and does not cease for several days after it stops. It radiates from the iliac region into the pelvic cavity and down the thigh.Remember that sterility is the rule in these cases, due to the closure of the fimbriae of the tubes or the thickening of the external coat of the ovary, thus preventing the rupturing of the Graafian follicles and the escape of the ovum.Remember that physical examination reveals an enlarged tube or a tumor in the ovarian region.

All tumefactions should be traced, by deep palpation, from one of the uterine cornua.Remember that adhesions can be determined by the latitude of uterine motion. When the pelvic organs are fixed and immovable it signifies that the adhesions are general.Treatment.—Remember that all cases are surgical, but the conditions vary the surgical procedure.In cases where the infection and pus are confined to the tubes, celiotomy is indicated- the tubes removed, adhesions broken up, and the uterus taken care of as indicated.

In cases where the tube has ruptured but the abscess has been walled off in the pelvis, then it is often the part of wisdom to drain through the vagina first- and after several days of rest for the patient a subsequent operation to remove diseased tubes and take care of the adhesions and uterus as indicated should be done.Dont sacrifice both ovaries in any pelvic operation if it is possible to avoid it- the matter of hysterectomy in the case of pus-tubes must be decided entirely upon the merits of the case: it depends largely upon the character of the infection. Not every case of pus-tubes demands the complete loss of the sexual apparatus of the woman.



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