International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Radiology and Medical Imaging Sciences | Sudan | Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021

Study of Using Ultra-Sonography in the Diagnosis of Different Pelvic Pathologies 2018-2019

Maha Esmeal Ahmed Esmeal [3] | Nagla Hussien Mohamed Khalid | Samia Abdelgaum Fathelrahman

Abstract: This was a descriptive retrospective study deal with the role of sonography in the diagnosis of different pelvic pathologies among menopaused Sudanese women. This study done in Omdurman hospitals from the period 2018 to the 2019. The study confirmed that Vaginal bleeding in menopaused women was a sign of underlying pathologic condition, the result showed that malignant causes in which the cervix lesion was the most common causes of PMB in this study which contributed to (48 %) and the low pelvic pain, abdominal distention and urinary symptoms were the most common symptoms of ovarian cancer. Ca-cervix is the main finding in the study increase with age which form (40 %) in age group 45-55 years and (47.36 %) in age 56-5 years old and in more than 65years was 52.38 % and increase in multiparity more than in nulliparity. Ca-ovary was increase in multiparity 86 % were nulliparity women 14 % only. The incidence of ca-ovary in multiparity (86 %) and (14 %) in nulliparity. Most of ca-ovary with ca breast patients are more in age group 45-55 years old was (12 patients) 60 % and are less when the patients age were more than 65 years old and ca-cervix with ca breast increase in age group more than 65 years old were 22 patients (68.75 %).

Keywords: Ultrasound findings, Sudanese menopausal women, pelvic pain, Ca breast

Edition: Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021,

Pages: 548 - 551

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