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Case Reports in Women's Health
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ISSN (Print) 2214-9112 - ISSN (Online) 2214-9112
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  • Endometrial adenocarcinoma arising in a pelvic implant following uterine
           morcellation: A case report

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 18 January 2020Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Gaithri Mylvaganam, Rhett Morton, Lyndal Anderson, Trevor Tejada-BergesAbstractWe report a unique case of a 60-year-old woman developing endometrial cancer in a uterine deposit 18 years after she had undergone laparoscopic subtotal hysterectomy with morcellation for benign pathology. She had used unopposed estrogen as menopausal hormone therapy. She presented with a pelvic mass that was causing pressure symptoms. On imaging, the mass had an enhancing vascular nodular component and appeared to abut normal ovaries and the residual cervix. She proceeded to laparotomy, where a 12 cm pelvic mass was found morbidly adherent to the bladder anteriorly and to the cervical stump. The pelvic mass was excised, and trachelectomy and bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy were performed. Adjacent to this mass was a separate, 5 cm adnexal mass, which was also excised. Histopathology of the smaller pelvic mass was consistent with endometrial adenocarcinoma grade 1, arising in complex endometrial hyperplasia with atypia surrounded by myometrium consistent with a uterine implant. This case highlights the need for consideration and discussion of possible risks of subtotal hysterectomy and morcellation of the uterus for benign disease. Furthermore, given the results in this patient, the use of unopposed estrogen in such patients is discouraged due to possible effects on any residual endometrium still present.
       
  • Spinal cord stimulation for the treatment of chronic pelvic pain after
           Tarlov cyst surgery in a 66-year-old woman: A case report

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 11 January 2020Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Jamal Hasoon, Amnon A. Berger, Ivan Urits, Vwaire Orhurhu, Omar Viswanath, Musa AnerAbstractTarlov cysts are extradural meningeal cysts with collections of cerebrospinal fluid within the nerve sheath. These cysts are uncommon but tend to present more often in women. Symptomatic Tarlov cysts can lead to a variety of neurologic symptoms and painful conditions, including chronic pelvic pain. There is no consensus regarding the best treatment for symptomatic cysts. Surgical management has high rates of complication, including chronic pain, but better long-term results for symptom and cyst resolution. We describe a patient who developed worsening pelvic pain and lumbar radiculopathy after surgical management of her Tarlov cysts. Medication failed to relieve the pain, as did a variety of other procedures, before the patient ultimately received significant pain relief from high-frequency spinal cord stimulation. This case may provide guidance for physicians when managing patients suffering from symptomatic Tarlov cysts, or worsening pain symptoms after surgical management of these cysts.
       
  • Maternal pulmonary edema after 46 h of ritodrine hydrochloride
           administration: A case report

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 11 January 2020Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Tsuyoshi Murata, Hyo Kyozuka, Aya Shiraiwa, Hirotaka Isogami, Toma Fukuda, Aya Kanno, Akiko Yamaguchi, Keiya FujimoriAbstractIntroductionRitodrine hydrochloride is still widely used as a tocolytic agent in Japan, but it can cause maternal pulmonary edema, which may paradoxically induce preterm birth. Here we present a case of severe pulmonary edema due to
       
  • Perivascular epithelioid cell tumors (PEComa) in pregnancy with uterine
           rupture and ongoing abdominal gestation: A case report

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 11 January 2020Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Elnur Babayev, Kathryn E. Fay, Jeanne M. Horowitz, Jeffery A. Goldstein, Amy L. Alexander, Anna E. Strohl, Emily S. MillerAbstractPerivascular epithelioid cell tumors (PEComa) represent a rare family of tumors characterized by distinct histology and immunohistochemistry characteristics. Approximately one-quarter of reported cases are gynecologic in origin and associated pregnancies are rare. We report a case of PEComa in pregnancy with initial undiagnosed presentation at 18 weeks of gestation and subsequent presentation and diagnosis at 30 weeks of gestation. Abdominal pain led to the use of magnetic resonance imaging, which raised concerns about placentation abnormality and abdominal pregnancy. Exploratory laparotomy was notable for a 10 cm by 15 cm posterior uterine defect through which the placenta and amniotic sac containing the fetus were extruded. Placenta-like tissue was noted to be invading through the anterior wall of the uterus, which led to concern regarding placenta percreta. A total abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral salpingectomy were then performed, given the complete loss of normal uterine architecture. Pathology returned findings of placenta accreta and PEComa. Indolent uterine rupture in the setting of PEComa led to an ongoing viable abdominal pregnancy. Uterine PEComa can masquerade as a placenta and lead to obstetrical complications.
       
  • Induction of labour in low- and middle-income countries: Challenges and
           measures to improve outcomes

    • Abstract: Publication date: January 2020Source: Case Reports in Women's Health, Volume 25Author(s): Nnabuike Chibuoke Ngene
       
  • Grade III subcapsular liver hematoma secondary to HELLP syndrome: A case
           report of conservative management

    • Abstract: Publication date: January 2020Source: Case Reports in Women's Health, Volume 25Author(s): Daniel Bradke, Ashley Tran, Tatiana Ambarus, Munir Nazir, Maryann Markowski, Alexander JuuselaAbstractSubcapsular liver hematoma (SLH) is a rare condition that is associated with preeclampsia and HELLP (hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, and low platelets) syndrome. A high level of suspicion, early diagnosis, and coordinated, intensive multidisciplinary management are necessary to monitor for serious complications and prevent death. Options include conservative management, hepatic resection, hepatic artery ligation and liver transplantation. This paper describes a 34-year-old woman with HELLP syndrome who developed a large grade III SLH that was managed conservatively.
       
  • Twisting around an axis: A case report of uterine torsion

    • Abstract: Publication date: January 2020Source: Case Reports in Women's Health, Volume 25Author(s): Sophia Halassy, David ClarkeAbstractIntroductionA woman presenting with sudden, severe pelvic pain should prompt an evaluation for torsion, most commonly, ovarian torsion. Uterine torsion is rare, especially in a non-gravid uterus.CaseA post-menopausal woman with known history of uterine leiomyomata presented with sudden, acute pain that was non-amenable to medication. Imaging demonstrated a significant increase in uterine size but was otherwise normal. Primary diagnoses included a degenerative fibroid, leiomyosarcoma, or pelvic thrombosis. Surgical intervention revealed a levo-rotated uterus. Final pathology demonstrated a leiomyosarcoma.ConclusionPelvic organ torsion most often presents as sudden pain that is unrelieved by medication. Diagnosis is sometimes made with imaging and Doppler studies. Surgical intervention is often required. In a patient with a rapidly enlarging fibroid uterus with acute pain, one should consider a uterine torsion.
       
  • The eventual successful management of ovarian torsion in a hyperstimulated
           ovary following in vitro fertilization: A case report

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 7 December 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Gordon Narayansingh, Jennifer HohAbstractAbdominal pain following in vitro fertilization (IVF) in the presence of enlarged ovaries commonly leads to the diagnosis of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS). Progressively worsening pain with a rise in inflammatory markers with normal hematological indices implies a diagnosis of ovarian torsion of the hyperstimulated ovary. Early recourse to laparoscopic assessment and derotation of the affected ovary even after 72 h following the onset of symptoms can allow a return to viability. This case highlights the clinical scenario and sequences in a successful outcome.
       
  • Laparoscopic hysterectomy to manage uterine rupture due to placenta
           percreta in the first trimester: A case report

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 29 November 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Fan Lee, Katelin Zahn, Andrea K. Knittel, Jessica Morse, Michelle LouieAbstractPlacenta percreta causing uterine rupture is a rare complication of pregnancy. It is most commonly diagnosed after the second trimester and can lead to significant morbidity necessitating abdominal hysterectomy of a gravid or immediately postpartum uterus. We describe a patient who presented with abdominal pain at 13 weeks of gestation and was diagnosed with placenta percreta during laparoscopy for presumed appendicitis. Intraoperatively, placenta was seen perforating the uterine fundus and 1 l of hemoperitoneum was evacuated. However, the uterus was hemostatic and the patient was stable, so the procedure was terminated. The patient was then transferred to a tertiary care center, where she ultimately underwent an uncomplicated laparoscopic gravid hysterectomy. We conclude that placenta percreta can occur in the first trimester even in patients without traditional risk factors. In stable patients, it is appropriate to consider minimally invasive hysterectomy with utilization of specific techniques to minimize intraoperative blood loss.
       
  • Severe rebound disease activity after fingolimod withdrawal in a pregnant
           woman with multiple sclerosis managed with rituximab: A case study

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 20 November 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Beatriz Canibaño, Musab Ali, Boulenouar Mesraoua, Gayane Melikyan, Hasan Al Hail, Faiza Ibrahim, Yolande Hanssens, Dirk DeleuAbstractAlthough pregnancy is potentially protective against relapses of multiple sclerosis, severe rebound of disease activity after withdrawal of fingolimod may occur. We report a woman with multiple sclerosis who discontinued fingolimod in the first month of her pregnancy. She developed severe disease rebound which responded poorly to steroids. She was started on rituximab, which was continued during the rest of her pregnancy and beyond. Rituximab appeared safe and well tolerated by both mother and infant, and could be considered in pregnancy for those patients with multiple sclerosis who are at high risk of gestational and postpartum relapse.
       
  • Surgical treatment of acute aortic dissection Stanford type A in the third
           trimester of pregnancy: A case report

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 19 November 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Tran Quyet Tien, Ho Tat BangAbstractBackgroundAortic dissection is rare in pregnancy, but it is often life-threatening. Thus, early diagnosis and optimal treatment are crucial. In addition, regular multidisciplinary care plays an important role in improving the therapeutic outcome.CaseA 31-year-old pregnant woman (gravida 2, para 1, abortus 0) was transferred to our centre at 34 weeks of gestation with onset of dyspnoea and serious chest pain radiating to her back. Ultrasonography unexpectedly revealed a dilation of the aortic root with a sign of dissection. Computed tomography confirmed a type A aortic dissection based on the Stanford classification. She was successfully treated by caesarean section prior to open repair of acute type A dissection and received multidisciplinary care. The patient was discharged on the 16th postoperative day, and the baby is still alive without adverse events.ConclusionAortic dissection in pregnancy is relatively rare, but physicians should be on high alert for the condition when a pregnant woman has chest pain. Early diagnosis and adequate treatment in addition to regular multidisciplinary care are crucial to achieve favourable results.
       
  • Antipsychotic therapies and bone health

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 19 November 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Stavroula A. Paschou, Paraskevi Mentzelopoulos, Irene Lambrinoudaki
       
  • Ovarian vein sampling, and serum and urine testosterone monitoring in
           ovarian Leydig cell tumors: A report of two cases

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 19 November 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Grace Whiteley, Olivia Carpinello, Micah J. Hill, Alan DeCherneyAbstractBackgroundOvarian Leydig cell tumors are rare, testosterone-producing tumors that pose diagnostic challenges.CasesA 36-year-old woman presented with 10 years of amenorrhea, facial hair growth and clitoromegaly. A 59-year-old woman presented after 2 years of voice deepening and terminal hair growth. Testosterone concentrations were elevated for both patients; however, imaging failed to identify ovarian or adrenal pathology. For the first patient, selective ovarian venous sampling was performed with results suggesting right ovarian testosterone production. Right ovarian Leydig cell tumors were found in both patients after salpingo-oophorectomy. Testosterone levels immediately declined following tumor removal.ConclusionAdditional diagnostic modalities, such as ovarian venous sampling, should be considered when the etiology of hyperandrogenism cannot be identified through lab work or imaging. In addition, sequential post-operative testosterone levels in serum or urine can help confirm adequate removal of the ovarian tumor.
       
  • Interventional treatments for chronic pelvic pain caused by myometrial
           cysts

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 19 November 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Omar Viswanath, Ivan Urits
       
  • Anticholinergic therapy: A case-based approach

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 19 November 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Dudley Robinson, George AraklitisAbstractAnticholinergic medication remains integral in the management of women with Overactive Bladder syndrome although there is increasing evidence to support a link with the impairment of cognitive function. This editorial will review the available evidence and discuss the management of patients in order to minimise anticholinergic burden with a particular focus on the elderly.
       
  • Brachioradial pruritus in a 52-year-old woman: a case report

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 31 October 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Amnon A. Berger, Ivan Urits, Vwaire Orhurhu, Omar Viswanath, Jamal HasoonAbstractBrachioradial pruritus is a specific subtype of neuropathic pruritus that commonly presents in women. This condition is a type of neurological itch that mostly involves the dorsal forearm. It is more common in fair-skinned females, is exacerbated by exposure to bright sunlight or ultraviolet radiation (UVR), and is associated with degenerative changes in the cervical spine. Diagnosis is difficult, and is usually delayed for 2-3 years. We describe a patient who suffered brachioradial pruritus for many years and was misdiagnosed by multiple specialists until she presented to our pain clinic. The patient had undergone invasive diagnostic testing by previous specialists but this had not led to diagnosis. After a thorough history and exam, the diagnosis of brachioradial pruritus was considered and the patient was treated with anticonvulsant medications, as these have been shown to be effective in this condition. This case is of interest to all physicians treating female patients as consideration of this diagnosis can avoid unnecessary invasive diagnostic testing.
       
  • Successful management of a rudimentary uterine horn ectopic pregnancy by
           combining methotrexate and surgery: A case report

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 31 October 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Ângela Rodrigues, Ana Raquel Neves, Maria Geraldina Castro, Miguel Branco, Fernanda Geraldes, Fernanda ÁguasAbstractPregnancy in a non-communicating rudimentary uterine horn is rare but presents a significantly increased risk of maternal and foetal morbidity due to uterine rupture.We describe a case of rudimentary horn pregnancy diagnosed in the first trimester in an asymptomatic and haemodynamically stable woman. Medical termination of the pregnancy was performed with systemic and intrasacular methotrexate. Laparoscopic uterine horn excision was performed three months after termination.This case shows that early diagnosis of a rudimentary horn pregnancy is key to the successful management of this condition. Preoperative medical termination in an asymptomatic woman proved to be an effective and safe option that minimized surgical risks.
       
  • Supraventricular tachycardia and the menstrual cycle

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 22 October 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): M.M Schreuder, M. Sunamura, J.E. Roeters van Lennep
       
  • Uterine rupture in a gravid, unscarred uterus: a case report

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 17 October 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): S.D. Halassy, J. Eastwood, J. PrezzatoAbstractWhen advising a pregnant patient who has previously had a cesarean section about the risks of trial of labor, it is important to explain the risk of uterine rupture. Subjective symptoms of abdominal pain or objective findings of non-reassuring fetal status and loss of fetal station are often indicative of this disease process, which most commonly is caused by a defect on the uterus from the cesarean delivery. Any uterine surgical intervention (myomectomy, for example) is the leading risk factor for uterine rupture. This case report presents a patient who had no such history. However, the maternal and fetal clinical status rapidly deteriorated and required emergency cesarean delivery, at which point a complete uterine rupture was diagnosed. Low suspicion for rare occurrences such as uterine rupture in an unscarred uterus can delay diagnosis, with increased likelihood of fetal and maternal morbidity and mortality.
       
  • Fimbrial dermoid cyst with elevated CA19-9 levels: a case report

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 15 October 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Dan Hay, Bivas Biswas, Jaydip DasguptaAbstractWe report the case of a 39-year-old woman who presented in an acute setting with pelvic pain, an adnexal mass on imaging and a high CA19-9 level. She was taken for surgery, where a large dermoid cyst was found at the fimbrial end of a fallopian tube at the time of laparoscopy, with no apparent connection to either ovary and absence of ovarian necrosis. This was corroborated on final histology. Dermoid cysts in aberrant locations are usually reported at Caesarean section or during laparoscopic sterilisation and thus, understandably, a pre-operative CA19-9 level is rarely available. That and the rarity of these 'ectopic dermoids' make it hard to give further support for a causative association with the high tumour marker levels. Some authors suggest that auto-amputation of a dermoid cyst or part thereof and subsequent reimplantation may give rise to this phenomenon, and thus the term 'wandering dermoid' has been applied to similar situations. This is what we postulated as the cause in our case. It is likely that a full understanding of the aetiology of wandering dermoid cysts will remain elusive, given the paucity of cases.
       
  • Myometrial cysts: A case series

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 15 October 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Lucy J. Green, Tervinder Sokhi, Moji Balogun, Raji GanesanAbstractCysts in the uterine wall are rare. They are detected by imaging or at pathological examination after myomectomy or hysterectomy. They encompass a range of underlying aetiologies. This is the first case series of myometrial cysts with a description of clinical, imaging and pathology findings.
       
  • Abdominal pregnancy implanted on surface of pedunculated subserosal
           uterine leiomyoma: a case report

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 15 October 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Hiroshi Sato, Yukako Mizuno, Sunao Matsuzaka, Tatsuro Horiuchi, Shota Kanbayashi, Miho Masuda, Ayaka Nakashima, Makiko Ikeda, Miki Yasuda, Hajime Morishita, Yukiko Ando, Kenji Oida, Nao Taguchi, Masaya HiroseAbstractAbdominal pregnancy is a rare form of ectopic pregnancy. Various sites of implantation in abdominal pregnancy have been reported. Uterine serosa is an extremely rare implantation site, with only a few cases reported to date. No case of abdominal pregnancy implanted on the surface of a subserosal uterine leiomyoma has been reported. We herein report the case of a 40-year-old primigravida woman who was diagnosed with abdominal pregnancy implanted on the surface of a pedunculated subserosal uterine leiomyoma. The uterine leiomyoma with gestational tissue was resected laparoscopically and the postoperative course was uneventful. It is necessary to remember the possibility of unexpected implantation sites and that laparoscopic surgery may be more difficult in such cases than that for fallopian tube pregnancy.
       
  • Severe bowel incarceration in an eight-millimeter left-lateral trocar site
           after robot-assisted laparoscopic colposacropexy: a case report

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 14 October 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Elisabetta Micelli, Eleonora Russo, Paolo Mannella, Veronica Iodice, Giulia Cappellini, Nadia Falchi, Federica Pancetti, Tommaso Simoncini, Andrea GianniniAbstractOver the last twenty years, robotic surgery has become an increasingly important form of surgical intervention. However, it can have complications. Trocar site hernia (TSH), also known as port site hernia (PSH), is an uncommon complication, but in the case of bowel incarceration or strangulation it can cause significant morbidity. The lateral trocar sites usually do not need fascial closure, given their low susceptibility to hernia development. In this paper, we present a rare case of an incarcerated TSH from an 8 mm left lateral port after robotic colposacropexy. The patient was a 74-year-old woman with fourth-degree vaginal vault prolapse. She underwent robot-assisted colposacropexy and adnexectomy and was eventually discharged 3 days after surgery, with flatus. A few hours later, the woman developed generalized malaise and acute abdominal pain in the lower left quadrant, with no flatus or bowel movements. CT imaging revealed a small bowel dilatation with a transition point along the left lateral 8 mm trocar site. Laparotomy confirmed an incarcerated ischemic small bowel loop. This required a surgical 40 cm small bowel resection. Although uncommon, TSH is an important clinical entity to recognize after minimally invasive surgery. While it is known that a trocar site port of 10 mm or more does require fascial closure, it is not known whether the same is true of lateral 8 mm sites. Further studies are needed to reconsider the importance of lateral trocar site port fascial closure after robot-assisted surgery.
       
  • Perinodular hydropic degeneration in uterine leiomyoma causing rapid
           enlargement and mimicking a myxoid smooth muscle tumor: case report of a
           diagnostic challenge

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 14 October 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Ali Al Khader, Esra Nsour, Abd-Naser AbdallatAbstractIntroductionHydropic degeneration, sometimes reported as perinodular hydropic degeneration, is one of the various degenerative changes that can be observed in uterine leiomyomas. It can be a clinical and a histopathological diagnostic pitfall.Case ReportHere we present the case of a 40-year-old woman with leiomyoma uteri with perinodular hydropic degeneration. The tumor almost doubled in size over 2 months. Histopathological examination revealed fascicles, cords and nodules of smooth muscle cells separated by excessive amounts of extracellular material. No necrosis or significant atypia was noticed. Average mitotic activity was very low. A myxoid smooth muscle tumor could be excluded only by alcian blue special stain. The presence of floating vessels in the edematous fluid as well as hyalinization inside the tumor nodules were among the reassuring features supporting the diagnosis.ConclusionThe pathologist must be aware of this benign entity to avoid overdiagnosis, especially in the view of the alarming histology and the rapid growth. Negative findings with alcian blue special stain help establish the diagnosis.
       
  • Starting and stopping menopausal hormone therapy and antidepressants for
           hot flushes: a case-based approach

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 14 October 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Loukas Athanasiadis, Dimitrios G. Goulis
       
  • Childhood Predictors of Age at Natural Menopause

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 14 October 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Victoria M. Ettorre, Gloria A. Bachmann
       
  • Live birth after treatment of a spontaneous ovarian heterotopic pregnancy:
           a case report

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 10 October 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Iolanda Ferreira, Inês Ramalho, João Paulo Marques, Maria João Carvalho, António Lobo, Teresa Rebelo, José Paulo Moura, Fernanda ÁguasAbstractSpontaneous heterotopic pregnancies occur in about 1/30000 pregnancies, with the ovarian subtype comprising 2.3% of the total.We report the case of a healthy 32-year-old woman, gravida 4, para 3, who presented to the emergency room with severe abdominal pain. Two weeks earlier, pelvic ultrasound had revealed a 6-week intrauterine pregnancy. She was hemodynamically stable, but had rebound tenderness on the right iliac fossa. Transvaginal ultrasound revealed an evolutive intrauterine pregnancy with a gestational age (GA) of 8 weeks, with a synchronous evolutive adnexal pregnancy of the same GA and some free fluid in the pouch of Douglas. She underwent an urgent laparoscopy which showed an intact gestational sac containing an embryo on the right ovary associated with mild hemoperitoneum. An ovarian wedge resection was performed to preserve ovarian tissue. The intrauterine pregnancy had no complications and the patient delivered vaginally at term.Heterotopic pregnancy is potentially life-threatening. Despite being extremely rare after natural conception, and even more so in the absence of major risk factors, it should be considered in any pregnant woman with abdominal pain. A high index of suspicion is important for a prompt diagnosis, selection of the appropriate surgical treatment and successful obstetric outcomes.
       
  • Management of epidermolysis bullosa simplex in pregnancy: A case report

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 5 September 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Nidhi Shah, Sangeeta Kumaraswami, Juliet E. MushiAbstractEpidermolysis bullosa (EB) encompasses a group of diseases characterized by extreme fragility of skin and mucous membranes, resulting in blister formation following minimal injury. There are 4 types of EB, with epidermolysis bullosa simplex (EBS) being the most common. We report our experience with the care of a parturient woman diagnosed with EBS. There is little literature on pregnancy in women with this condition. Special precautions are necessary during diagnostic and therapeutic interventions to avoid bullae formation or exacerbation of existing lesions. Frictional or shearing forces are typically more damaging than compressive forces. Multidisciplinary planning was done for our patient to ensure uneventful labor and delivery. Elective induction of labor was started at 40 weeks of gestation. She eventually underwent a cesarean delivery after failed trial of labor. We present this case to highlight the obstetric and anesthetic implications of caring for a parturient with EBS.
       
  • Two live births following orthotopic ovarian tissue autotransplantation: A
           case report of cycle monitoring and (modified) natural-cycle IVF in one
           patient

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 5 September 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Nicole Francisca Klijn, Leoni Albertine Louwé, Gonneke Saskia Kirsten Pilgram, Lucia Alida Johanna van der WesterlakenAbstractIntroductionOvarian tissue cryopreservation (OTC) is an option to preserve fertility. This article describes the effect of cycle monitoring on the chances of pregnancy following orthotopic ovarian tissue autotransplantation.Case presentationA 32-year-old woman diagnosed with breast cancer underwent right-sided oophorectomy and OTC prior to chemotherapy. Three years later she was diagnosed with premature ovarian insufficiency and ovarian tissue chips were transplanted in the remaining ovary and a peritoneal window. Eight months after transplantation, activity was seen in the tissue placed in the peritoneal window. With a low natural chance of conception, modified natural-cycle (MNC) IVF was started by administration of a GnRH antagonist. Ovulation was triggered with hCG. One oocyte was retrieved by transvaginal ovum pick-up. After fertilization, a six-cell-stage embryo of good quality was transferred. This resulted in pregnancy and a healthy girl was born at 41 weeks. In the second monitored cycle after her delivery, a follicle was seen in the remaining ovary. Two weeks later a pregnancy test was positive and after an uncomplicated pregnancy a healthy boy was delivered spontaneously at 41 weeks.ConclusionsThis case reports shows that MNC IVF conception after OTC is successful in patients with tissue partially placed in a peritoneal window. If the tissue placed in the peritoneal window becomes active, MNC IVF can be performed. If the tissue placed in the remaining ovary becomes active, natural conception should be pursued.
       
  • Symptomatic vulvar mucinous cyst: A case report and review of the
           literature

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 5 September 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Kendrick Campbell, Joseph Panza, Carl ZimmermanAbstractBackgroundVulvar mucinous cysts are rare, benign, noninvasive masses. They can be mistaken for cysts of Bartholin gland, Skene gland, vestibular, or canal of Nuck. Generally, they may be left untreated, but observed. However, if symptomatic, they may require surgical removal.CaseWe report a large vulvar mucinous cyst in a 29-year-old woman with no contributory medical history. Excision of the mass was performed because its size had begun to cause symptoms. The diagnosis of a mucinous cyst was based on radiological and clinicopathologic features. The patient developed a post-operative vulvar hematoma and was discharged 2 days after the surgery with a Foley catheter in place. Continued follow-up was maintained for the hematoma, which drained spontaneously and resolved without incident. There has been no recurrence of the cyst after completion of short-term surgical follow-up.ConclusionVulvar mucinous cysts are rare masses. We present the diagnosis and treatment of a large vulvar mucinous cyst. The cyst was completely removed during surgery, but long-term surveillance for recurrence is currently being conducted.
       
  • Treatment of metastatic malignant melanoma during pregnancy with a BRAF
           kinase inhibitor

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 5 September 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Megan Pagan, Heather Jinks, Mark SewellAbstractBackgroundMelanoma accounts for 8% of all malignancies encountered during pregnancy. BRAF kinase inhibitors have shown promise in the treatment of late-stage melanoma; however, there have been no studies and only one previous case report regarding its use in pregnancy.CaseA 25-year-old woman, gravida 1, at 20 weeks of gestation presented to the clinic with a complaint of a lump on her neck and dyspnea. She had had a melanoma that was surgically treated 5 years prior to her pregnancy. A biopsy was performed and she was found to have metastatic melanoma. After multidisciplinary discussion, the patient was offered treatment with vemurafenib, a BRAF kinase inhibitor, and the mass reduced in size.ConclusionMalignancy during pregnancy poses both medical and ethical dilemmas in the management and treatment of cancer. The treatment of late-stage melanoma in pregnancy with a BRAF kinase inhibitor may be an option.
       
  • Myomatous erythrocytosis syndrome: A case series

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 21 August 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Glaiza S. de Guzman, Eileen M. ManaloAbstractUterine leiomyomas are tumor-associated causes of secondary erythrocytosis. Ectopic erythropoietin production by fibroid smooth muscles has been proposed and demonstrated in the literature. Here, we present three cases of large leiomyomas with an incidental finding of isolated erythrocytosis on preoperative workup. Two patients underwent total abdominal hysterectomy while one patient underwent a myomectomy. Both histologic examination confirming the diagnosis of leiomyoma and serial complete blood counts showing normalization of postoperative hemoglobin levels together with isolated erythrocytosis constitute the criteria to fulfill a diagnosis of myomatous erythrocytosis syndrome. All three criteria were observed in the three cases described. To date, fewer than 40 cases have been reported worldwide. These are the first reported cases of myomatous erythrocytosis syndrome in the Philippines.
       
  • A rare form of Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome: Case report
           and review of literature

    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 6 August 2019Source: Case Reports in Women's HealthAuthor(s): Omran Al Dandan, Ali Hassan, Amna Alsaihati, Lujain Aljawad, Fathiya AlmejhimAbstractIntroductionPrimary amenorrhea is failure to reach menarche. Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser (MRKH) syndrome is the second most common cause of primary amenorrhea, after gonadal dysgenesis. Herein, we report a rare case of an unusual subtype of MRKH syndrome.Case ReportThis report describes the case of a 28-year-old woman with primary amenorrhea and coital difficulties. On examination, she had normal secondary sexual characteristics but a blind-ending vagina. Her hormonal profile was within normal limits; ultrasound examination was inconclusive due to technical difficulties. Subsequently, she underwent pelvic magnetic resonance imaging, which revealed bilateral rudimentary uterine horns in the presence of normal ovaries and normal length of a blind-ending narrow vagina.ConclusionMRKH syndrome with bilateral rudimentary uterine horns and normal-length vagina is an unusual form of Müllerian agenesis.
       
 
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