Flashcards in 4 - Gynae - The Cervix and its disorders - Benign Conditions of the Cervix Deck (7):
congen malformations (uterus and cervix absent/duplicated)
Cervical ectropion - aka ??
-when columnar epithelium of endocervix is ??
-due to what? which is normal in who?
visible as red area around os on surface of cervix
due to eversion - normal in young women, esp if preg, or taking pill
Cervical ectropion - Sx? trt? but only after what? prone to?
normally aSx - can cause PCB, or discharge
trt - cryotherapy w/o anaesthetic, but only after smear and colposcopy exclude Ca - prone to infection
acute cervicitis - often due to what? common or rare? what is occasionally found in severe prolapse? why?
ulceration and infection
cos cervix protrudes/held back by pessary
Chronic cervicitis - chronic what or what? often of what? common cause of ? may give an ? trt? what depends on culture?
often of ectropion
may give inflam smear
cryo used w/w/o ABx depending on culture
Cervical polyps - benign tumours of what ? size? age group? Sx? trt of small ones? what are still Ix'd?
mostly in women >40, rarely >1cm
may be aSx or cause PCB, IMB
small ones avulsed w/o anesthetic and histo done
still must Ix bleeding abnormalities