focused ultrasound is a promising new therapeutic option for the treatment of symptomatic cervical ectopia. In addition, it can be widely used for a variety of patients. This was a prospective clinical study in which 20 patients with recurrent cervicitis hr-HPV-positive were enrolled. therapy focused ultrasound was performed by a gynecologist. All patients were followed for 6 months after therapy by ultrasound. Telephone interviews, colposcopic examinations and tests ii hybrid capture was performed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of focused ultrasound therapy for cervicitis positive hr-hpv. ultrasound therapy was well tolerated, and no serious complications were observed in any patient. Without any intervention of this disappeared one month after ultrasound therapy. focused ultrasound therapy is feasible and effective in the treatment of patients with positive hr-hpv cervicitis.
It can provide a useful non-invasive treatment for recurrent cervicitis HPV infection. Authors preprint on any website, including arxiv and repec. Authorized deposit due to funding bodies, political or institutional and governmental mandate, may be required to comply with the embargo periods from 12 months to 48 months. The therapeutic effect of ultrasound and laser therapy in women with cervical ectopia.
The size of the ectopic mainly was 1.5-2.0 cm in diameter. Thus, the low frequency ultrasound facilitates faster than laser inactivation of pathogenic organisms, elimination of inflammation in the affected organ, without damaging surrounding tissue. Ultrasound therapy has an effect on the deeper region, ensuring therapeutic efficacy. To assess the prevalence of different genotypes of HPV and anti-viral immune response mucosa cervical ectopia. Mucosal IgA antibodies to HPV16 and HPV18 were evaluated in the cervical mucus by Elisa. HPV infection in patients cervical ectopia was accompanied by a mucosal antibody response iga. antibody reactivity to HPV18 was significantly higher than the response to HPV16. cervical ectopia is a risk factor for infection with genotypes of high-risk HPV, especially HPV 18.
Our results emphasize the need for further studies to clarify the oncogenic potential of this virus in cervical ectopia. This was a case series, the design of classification iii. Ten women with a history of miscarriage second quarter after failed vaginal cerclage, and 1 woman with a false second quarter layer of history and the results of a clinically deficient cervix were studied. A laparoscopic cerclage cervix was placed before pregnancy. No intraoperative or postoperative complications were experienced. Ten of the 11 women became pregnant and later delivered all living children by Caesarean section during the third quarter. laparoscopic cerclage cervix is feasible and effective.
The results are good in a group of women with cervical incompetence, which had failed and vaginal cerclage recurrent pregnancy loss story particularly high risk. Today, laser cauterization of erosion are a number of advantages over similar procedures, especially cryodestruction. This is mainly due to the unique nature of laser radiation, where the wavelength determines the quality aspect of the procedure. In the treatment of cervical erosion laser affects only the laser beam on the affected areas of the epithelium, which ensures maximum safety to healthy tissue.
Generally, cervical erosion, asymptomatic, and the woman knows the problem by periodic examination by a gynecologist. Cervical ectopic diagnosis using ultrasound of the pelvis, or smear colposcopy study with cervical mucus. At the same symptoms of this phenomenon in particular studies is irrelevant. According to the cervical erosion modern medical research occurs in almost half of women of childbearing age, and almost does not occur in women after 40 years of cervical cancer treatment of the laser erosion is the safest method and effective choice for the most experienced professionals in this field.