Dissertation > Medicine, health > Obstetrics and Gynaecology > Gynecological surgery > Cervical and uterine surgery > Hysterectomy

37 Cases of the Influence of Hysterectomy on the Incidence of Menopausal Syndrome Were Analyzed

Author YouJunXia
Tutor ChengHuiLian;GuoYing
School Xinjiang Medical University
Course Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Keywords Hysterectomy Menopausal syndrome Sexual hormon
CLC R713.42
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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Objective:Two years after hysterectomy in patients with symptoms of menopausal syndrome, the situation appears to understand the hysterectomy on ovarian function in women. Methods:A hospital in May 2008-2009 in February due to benign uterine hysterectomy with bilateral ovarian retained as the study group 37 patients, aged 35-45 years old, premenopausal patients before surgery, nearly 3 months not used hormone therapy. Of which 25 cases of uterine fibroids, adenomyosis,9 cases of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia CINⅢ2 cases,1 case of cornual pregnancy. Select the same age in the clinic because of vaginal 30 cases of normal women as the observation group were followed up by telephone survey in the form of understanding and two symptoms of menopausal syndrome with perimenopausal and postmenopausal symptoms score (Kuppermann score) rate, and test two groups of gonadal hormone levels. Results:After two years of menopause syndrome study group there was (32.43%), the control group (10%), two groups were significantly (P<0.05), the observation group sex hormones FSH, LH were a significant increase compared with the preoperative, two groups were significantly (P<0.05), Conclusion:2 years after hysterectomy than women, women with a uterus to keep ahead of the same age menopause syndrome symptoms appear,the characteristic of complaint is nervous system symptom is more obviously, there is the case of premature ovarian failure.

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