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  • 1. Hysterectomy
    Alicia Carl
    Jamie Mathias
    Bio 030: Human Anatomy
    Brian Ostrum
    MW 1-4pm
  • 2. The Female Reproductive System
    The Ovaries
    • Location (s)
    Lateral to the uterus
    Held by ligaments of the peritoneum
    Ovarian ligament
    Function
    Ovulation!
  • 3. The Female Reproductive System
    The Uterus
    Location
    Lies in the Pelvic Cavity
    Anteverted in young women.
    Retroverted in older women.
    Function
    BABIES!
  • 4. Just Kidding!!
  • 5. The Female Reproductive System
    The Uterine Wall
    • Three Layers:
    Perimetrium
    Myometrium
    Endometrium
  • 6.
  • 7. The Female Reproductive System
    The Cervix
    • Location
    Below the uterus
    Function
    Closes the uterus, and keeps it closed
  • 8. The Female Reproductive System
    The Vagina
    • Location
    Between the Uterus and the Rectum
    Function
    Pathway of delivery
  • 9. Hysterectomy
    • Second most-common procedure for women of reproductive age
    • 10. Most common: Cesarean Section
  • Hysterectomy
    Four Types
    • Simple Hysterectomy
    • 11. Subtotal Hysterectomy
    • 12. Total Hysterectomy
    • 13. Radical Hysterectomy
  • Why Get One?
    Leiomyomata
    Uterine fibroids
    Benign tumors
    Uterine Prolapse
    Uterus falls out of the vagina
    Pelvic Pain
    Abnormal Bleeding
  • 14. Surgical Approaches
    Abdominal Hysterectomy
    Vaginal Hysterectomy
    Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
    Laparoscopic-Assist Hysterectomy
  • 15. Points of Discussion with Your Doctor
    What organs are to be removed?
    Simple Hysterectomy
    UTERUS
    Subtotal Hysterectomy
    Everything is removed but the CERVIX
    Total Hysterectomy
    UTERUS and CERVIX
    Radical Hysterectomy
    EVERYTHING
  • 16. Points of Discussion with Your Doctor
    What route is being used?
    Through the abdomin?
    Through the vagina?
    Laparoscopy?
  • 17. Points of Discussion with Your Doctor
    Recovery time?
    2-8 weeks.
  • 18. Points of Discussion with Your Doctor
    Risks?
    Benefits?
  • 19. Points of Discussion with Your Doctor
    Length of operation?
  • 20. Points of Discussion with Your Doctor
    Will hormonal supplementation be necessary?
  • 21. Points of Discussion with Your Doctor
    Effects of hysterectomy on sexuality?
  • 22. Work’s Cited
    Alternative Medicine
    http://www.bhia.org/articles/womens-health/risksandbenefitsofhysterectomy.html
    Current Diagnosis and Treatment in Family Medicine. 2nd Edition.
    South-Paul, Jeanette E. Matheny, Samuel C. Lewis, Evelyn L. Pages 138-139. MaGraw-Hill Publishing Division. September 2007.
    Obstetrics and Gynecology Board Review: Pearls of Wisdom. Somkuti, Stephen G. Page 275. MaGraw-Hill Professional Publishing. August 2008.
    Hysterectomy: Exploring Your Options. Wallach M.D., Edward E. Eisenburg M.D. M.P.H., Esther. Page 80.
    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health.
    http://www.womenshealth.org
    Human Anatomy. 6th Edition. MariebRN PhD, Elaine N. Wilhelm PhD, Patricia Brady MallatPhD, Jon. Pages 742-746. Pearson Education, Inc. Copyright 2010.

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