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    • MISCARRIAGE

      2:27 pm By omokoshaban
       A natural loss of the products of pregnancy. Miscarriage, also known as spontaneous abortion and pregnancy loss, is the natural death of an embryo or fetus Read More »
    • INFERTILITY

      1:10 pm By omokoshaban
      Counselling. Lifestyle modification, e.g. weight optimisation, smoking cessation and regular sexual intercourse. Investigation of semen analysis and prolactin level. Mid-luteal (day 21) progesterone assay. > 30 Read More »
    • HIRSUTISM AND VIRILISATION

      1:04 pm By omokoshaban
      Hirsutism refers to terminal hair growth in amounts that are socially undesirable, typically following a male pattern of distribution. Virilisation refers to the development of male Read More »
    • AMENORRHOEA

      12:58 pm By omokoshaban
      Primary amenorrhoea: no menstruation by 14 years of age in the absence of secondary sexual characteristics; or failure to menstruate by 16 years of age. Secondary Read More »
    • ENDOMETRIOSIS

      12:48 pm By omokoshaban
      The presence and proliferation of endometrial tissue outside the uterine cavity, usually within the pelvis. It may manifest as dysmenorrhoea, dyspareunia and chronic pelvic pain. Diagnosis Read More »
    • PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE (PID)

      12:33 pm By omokoshaban
      DESCRIPTION PID includes salpingitis with or without oöphoritis and, as precise clinical localisation is often difficult, denotes the spectrum of conditions resulting from infection of the Read More »
    • UTERINE BLEEDING, ABNORMAL

      12:06 pm By omokoshaban
      INTRODUCTION Surgical procedures as dictated by the diagnosis. Perform a transvaginal ultrasound and endometrial sampling in all women over 45 years of age. Actively exclude organic Read More »
    • DYSMENORRHOEA

      8:33 pm By omokoshaban
      Lower abdominal pain that starts with the onset of menstruation, and subsides after menses have ended. It may be primary or secondary. Secondary dysmenorrhoea is associated Read More »
    • VIRAL WARTS, ANOGENITAL WARTS

      8:16 pm By omokoshaban
      WARTS abnormal elevated blemish on the skin; caused by a virus Superficial muco-cutaneous infection caused by the human papilloma virus. GENERAL MEASURES Cryotherapy. Check patients with Read More »
    • FUNGAL INFECTIONS

      5:53 pm By omokoshaban
      The skin may be infected by yeasts or fungi and the clinical presentation varies with organism, body site infected and the body’s response to the infection. Read More »

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    • environment

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