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Korean Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 2008;51(3):338-343.
Published online March 1, 2008.
Surgical complications in 1,049 cases of cervical intrafascial semm hysterectomy (CISH).
Soo Kyoung Jung, Chu Yeop Huh
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, School of Medicine, KyungHee University, Seoul, Korea. xaup@hanafos.com
Abstract
OBJECTIVE
The aim of this study is to evaluate the complication rate of Cervical Intrafascial Semm Hysterectomy (CISH). METHODS: 1,049 CISH were carried out from April 1997 to August 2006 at our department. Retrospective review of medical records was performed to investigate the incidence and the type of complications during CISH procedures. RESULTS: 281 (26.79%) of the patients had a history of laparotomy. Overall 98 (9.34%) complications occurred. There were 30 (2.86%) transfusion, 19 (1.81%) transient bladder dysfunction, 12 (1.14%) cervical stump bleeding, 11 (1.05%) abdominal wound infection or disruption, 7 (0.67%) paralytic ileus, 6 (0.57%) incisional hernia, 4 (0.38%) cervical stump infection, 2 (0.19%) ureter injuries and 2 (0.19%) bladder injuries. And there were one case of transient peroneal nerve palsy, trocar site bleeding, trocar site endometriosis, foreign body in bladder and pelvic abscess. CONCLUSIONS: CISH procedure lessens the risk of ureteral and bladder injury, but this procedure increases the risk of cervical stump bleeding and infection morbidity.
Key Words: Cervical intrafascial semm hysterectomy (CISH), Surgical complications


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