GYNECOLOGICAL AND SOMATIC HISTORY OF WOMEN WITH UTERINE MYOMA ACCORDING TO RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS
N. S. Narzullaeva, *D. A. Musakhodjaeva, G. A. Ikhtiyarova
Background: Currently, uterine fibroids are found in 30-35% of women ofoften detected at the age of 32-33 years. In recent years, the growth of this pathology among women of reproductive age has been alarming. There is an opinion that the epidemiology of uterine fibroids, based only on data from clinical studies, is unreliable. Additional methods show that the true incidence of this pathology reaches 77%. Objective: To study the obstetric, gynecological and somatic history in women with uterine myoma. Materials and research methods: To determine the risk factors for the development of symptomatic uterine fibroids (MM) and to clarify the key points of the problem under consideration, we conducted a retrospective analysis of 250 case histories of women with MM for 2011-2015. from archival material of the Bukhara city maternity complex and the regional perinatal center and in the outpatient network of the Bukhara region.The diagnosis of MM was established on the basis of the history, clinic and the results of laboratory-functional, ultrasound diagnostic methods. Result Gynecological, somatic, clinical and statistical analysis of 250 stories of women with uterine fibroids was studied to identify risk factors for complications, developmental causes and their complications to choose a tactic, treatment method and its prevention Conclusion: Timely prevention, diagnosis and treatment will reduce the risks of various surgical interventions and oncological diseases and their complications during all periods of a woman’s life.
Keywords: uterine fibroids, somatic-gynecological history.
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