Profile of Five Types of Gynecological Bleeding Cases at UKI Hospital

Gultom, Abitmer and Sihombing, Jumaini Andriana (2024) Profile of Five Types of Gynecological Bleeding Cases at UKI Hospital. Galore International Journal of Health Sciences and Research, 9 (1). pp. 47-58. ISSN 2456-9321

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This study provides an overview of cases of gynecological bleeding that occurred at RSU UKI from 01 January 2012 to 31 December 2014. The method used in the research was a descriptive study with a retrospective, exploratory, and crosssectional approach. To simplify the research process, the author only examined five types of cases that occurred at RSU UKI, namely uterine myoma, adenomyosis, polyps, cervical cancer, and endometrial cancer. Gynecological bleeding is a disease that is very often encountered today. The study's results based on the period found 69 cases of gynecological bleeding. Around 66.7% (46 cases) were sufferers of uterine myoma, 13.0% (9 cases) had adenomyosis, 11.6% (8 cases) had polyps, 7.2% (5 cases) had cervical cancer, and 1.4% (1 case) had endometrial cancer. Until now, the number of incidents has been increasing from year to year, and this is very likely based on a person's risk factors for the occurrence of a disease. Of these gynecological bleeding disorders, it was found that the highest incidence was in the 40 - 44- year age group. From the results of laboratory examinations, there is a close relationship between gynecological bleeding and the frequency of anemia; it was found that 56.5% of patients with gynecological bleeding disorders experienced anemia. The author recommends routine examination of the uterine organs to detect them as early as possible. Keywords: Gynecological bleeding, uterine myoma, adenomyosis, cervical cancer, polyps, endometrial cancer

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Depositing User: Mr Sahat Maruli Tua Sinaga
Date Deposited: 25 Jan 2024 11:01
Last Modified: 25 Jan 2024 11:01

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