The successful management of heavy menstrual bleeding with endometrial resection or ablation depends more on the surgeon’s skill than the technique used.
This middle-aged woman has a six-month history of menorrhagia, with no pain, resulting in anemia. What is your opinion based on these images?
It has long been known that anemia increases the risk of death and complications in patients who have cardiovascular surgery, but results of a new study show that these risks are increased in patients with anemia who undergo various types of surgery, including gynecological procedures.
Inadequate nutrient intake is associated with greater risk for anemia in postmenopausal women, according to a study published in the April issue of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association.