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The pelvic hemodynamics in women with chronic pelvic pain syndrome 

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2016.4(110):108–111; doi 10.15574/HW.2016.110.108 

The pelvic hemodynamics in women with chronic pelvic pain syndrome 

Nochvina O. A.

Vinnitsa national medical University M. I. Pirogov 

The purpose of the study: аssessment of pelvic hemodynamics by using high-frequency ultrasound with Doppler mapping in women with chronic pelvic pain syndrome.

Materials and methods. In the study shows basic dopplerometry indicators, such as average systolic velocity of circulation and vascular resistance index in the uterine and ovarian arteries and veins in women with chronic pelvic pain in the main group and in the control group of healthy women.

Results. It is found that female patients with chronic pelvic pain have an increase of vascular resistance index and decrease in the average blood flow velocity, which indirectly shows a failure of blood supply and ischemia of the internal reproductive organs associated with the presence of endothelial dysfunction.

Conclusion. The data of the state of blood supply of the pelvic organs in women with the syndrome of chronic pelvic pain by ultrasound of high frequency Doppler mapping allow to exclude the presence of organic damage to the venous system of the pelvis and bring the value of the excited state of hemodynamics in terms of identifying pathogenic aspects of formation of pain in the lower stomach.

Key words: chronic pelvic pain syndrome, pelvic hemodynamics, ultrasound Doppler imaging.


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