A ziervical surgery has many different methods. The choice of surgical method depends heavily on the cause of the disease and the state of health of the patient.
1. What is a ziervical surgery?
The uterus is an important part of a woman's body with many important roles, including the function of assisted reproduction. The uterus is where fertilized eggs nest and develop, which is the environment that nourishes the fetus until it leaves the womb.
A zipped uterus is a surgical intervention aimed at cutting the woman's uterus. The inability of the uterus to be removed due to various causes, but after all the uterus removal means that the woman is no longer able to be a mother.
2. When to perform a ziervical surgery?
Uterus shearing is usually the last choice when other treatments are ineffective or with the aim of favorable conditions in the treatment of other more dangerous diseases. The patient had time to discuss with the doctor and his family before deciding on treatment. Some of the causes that cause a woman to have a uterus removed include:
- Cancer of the uterus or cancer of other pelvic organs
- Pelvic, bladder infections
- Genital sassy
- Progressive pelvic pain
- Abdominal bleeding
- Abnormal bleeding in the uterus
- Uterine fibroids
3. Methods of a zitomy
Depending on the cause of the uterus removal that the doctor prescribes different methods of a zipped surgery, they include:
- Vaginal uterus shearing
- Laparoscopic abdominal cirlitction
- Robotic uterus shearing
- Surgery to remove the uterus through an incision in the abdomen
3.1 Vaginal uterus
With a vaginal cesarean section,the doctor will perform vaginal surgery to the uterus and perform procedures to safely cut the uterus. Since the surgery is performed vaginally, without open surgery, the cut has a faster recovery time, limiting the risk of infection for the patient. At the same time, this procedure causes less blood loss and serious accidents for the person.
3.2 Endoscopic uterus cut through the abdominal wall
Laparoscopic laparoscopic surgery through the abdominal wall is increasingly preferred by many patients due to the benefits it brings. Laparoscopic surgery shortens the duration of surgery, shorter surgical scars, faster recovery time, reduces the risk of stickiness and saves treatment costs.
Laparoscopic surgery through the abdominal wall is carried out by inserting a small camera and surgical instrument into the uterus through a small incision in the abdomen. The removed uterus is inserted into a bag and taken out through an incision in the abdominal wall or through the vagina.
3.3 Cut of the uterus through open abdominal wall surgery
Instead of just incisioning a small incision so that the endoscopic instrument can enter the abdominal wall, the method of abdominal opening surgery requires an incision with a longer incision to reach the uterus. The advantage of the method of cutting the uterus through open abdominal wall surgery is that it makes it easy for the surgeon to observe the uterus and surrounding parts. However, open surgery also has many limitations such as a high risk of infection, longer incision healing time than laparoscopic surgery, higher costs, etc. Surgical removal of the uterus through abdominal wall openness is usually in place in case the person has uterine cancer or has a large tumor in the uterus.
3.4 Robotic uterus removal
Robotic surgery of the uterus is carried out by an endoscopy with the help of AI. The doctor will perform the surgery through robotic control attached to the surgical instrument. This method is called laparoscopy through the abdominal wall with the help of robots.
4. Complications that may be seen after a ziervical surgery
Although a cirlitative surgery is a less accidental surgery. However, like other surgical surgeries, which have entered the body, the risk of complications is still possible. Specifically, complications after a ziervical surgery include:
- Incision infections
- Hemorrhage during or after surgery
- Damage to neighboring agencies
- Allergy to anesthetics, anesthesia
- Intestinal obstruction
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