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SURGICAL PATHOLOGY AND AETIOLOGICAL OUTCOMES IN LADIES INTENDED FOR EXTIRPATION FOR IRREGULAR MYOMETRIUM BLEEDING IN AGREEMENT WITH CLASSIFICATION OF PALM COEIN

Dr Hafiza Roha Zainab, Dr Gulzar Alam Khan, Dr Hafiza Zara Amin

Aim: According to the PALM-COEIN arrangement system projected by FIGO to conclude the number of dissimilar reasons of AUB in females experiencing extirpation.

Method: Surgical pathology outcomes were similarly examined to conclude the number of dissimilar reasons of AUB in females suffering extirpation. Statistics were composed from case records of females who suffered extirpation during AUB: all ladies who suffered premeditated abdominal extirpation were included in the research. In 73% of AUB cases, 427 hysterectomies were performed. The most common surgical pathology conclusion was AUB-L, followed by AUB-O at 43.8%.of these, 474 (81.4%) underwent complete intestinal extirpation with or without mutual salping forectomy, and 111 (18.8%) vaginal extirpation was performed. In total, 585 gynecological hysterectomies were doing during the 2015–17 research retro.

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