• Colposcopical, cytological parallels in pregnant women with large intervals interhenetyc

Colposcopical, cytological parallels in pregnant women with large intervals interhenetyc

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2016.6(112):77–81; doi 10.15574/HW.2016.112.77 
 

Colposcopical, cytological parallels in pregnant women with large intervals interhenetyc 
 

Tumanova L. E., Kolomiets Е. V., Badzyuk N. P.

SI «Institute of Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, NAMS of Ukraine», Kiev 
 

Relevance of the study of cervical pathology in pregnant women due not only to high frequency, the development of socially active women age and the ability to transition to the malignant form, but ineffective existing methods of diagnosis and treatment


The objective: To investigate cytological, colposcopic features of cervical cancer in pregnant women with great interhenetyc interval.


Patients and methods. We examined 81 women 40 women with great intergenetichnim intervals in the course of pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period – Group 1; 27 pregnant women who gave birth for the first time at the age of 30 years, 2-nd group, 14 pregnant women who have a break between the first and subsequent births was 3-5 years old – Group 3.

The study of the cervix uteri of pregnant women with large intergenetic intervals in later stages performed by colposcopic and cytological methods. Statistical processing osuschstvlyali standard methods.


Results. The data show elevated levels of precancerous cervical pathology in pregnant women with great interhenetyc intervals and in the age of pregnant women compared to young pregnant women in which the interval between births is small – 3–5 years. A small percentage difference precancerous lesions of the cervix, 22.5% – women in group 1 and 22.2% – women in group 2, but said that with increasing age probability themselves elimination papillomavirus is reduced accordingly increases the risk of precancer and cervical cancer.


Conclusion. 1. The study showed that the problem of the status of the cervix in women with large intergenetic interval remains relevant and not studied until the end.

2. Pregnant women for the first time after 35 years and with more multiparous intergenetichnim interval must always be at the first visit to the antenatal clinic in addition to taking a Pap smear colposcopic spending review.

3. In case of LSIL and HSIL in this category of women – colposcopic and cytological control 1 every 3 months during pregnancy with mandatory HPV PCR WRC.


Key words: cervical pathology, pregnancy, colposcopy, cytology.


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