Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Ultrasonic Dopplerometry in diagnosis of cervical injury in birth process

Year: 2017, volume 13 Issue: №1 Pages: 047-050
Heading: Radiology Article type: Original article
Authors: Chekhonatskaya M.L., Bakhmach V.O., Zabozlaev F.G., Chekhonatsky V.A.
Organization: Russian Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education, Saratov State Medical University

The goal was to carry out the comparative analysis of ultrasonic Doppler indices and data of morphometric methods of uterine cervix examination of women with prenatal moving of amniotic fluid depending on presence or absence of uterine cervix trauma in labor. Material and methods. 148 pregnant women with prenatal moving of amniotic fluid were examined. The main group included 64 pregnant women with uterine cervix ruptures; the comparison group consisted of 84 patients without any labor trauma. Ultrasonic and morphological examinations of uterine cervix were carried out. Results. Cavernous transformation of venous cervical bloodstream closely correlated (r = 0,67, p <0.001) with the index of vascularization degree and labortrauma degree. Conclusion. The revealed echomorphological relationship in uterine cervix of pregnant women with various labor outcomes allowed using these data to predict uterine cervix rupture in labor process.

1. Savickij GA, Savickij AG. Biomechanics of the physiological and pathological labor pains. St. Petersburg: ELBI, 2003; 287 p.
2.Ajlamazian ЕК, Kulakov VI, Radzinskij VE, etal. Obstetrics: National leadership. M.: GEOTAR-Media, 2007; 1200 p.
3. Chernuha ЕА. Generic block: Manual for doctors. M.: Triada-X, 2005; 712 p.
4. Chekhonatskaya ML, Jannaeva NE. Hemodynamic changes on the eve of physiological childbirth: Ultrasound criteria for cervical maturity in pregnant women. Ultrasound and functional diagnostics 2010; (4): 36-46
5. Bulanov MN. Ultrasound diagnostics of cervical pathology: DSc abstract. M., 2004; 41 p.
6. Zabozlaev FG, Chekhonatskaya ML. Morphological and functional features of the placenta, placental bed and myometrium in violation of labor. Archives of pathology 2004; 66 (5): 24-27.

2017_01_047-050.pdf271.59 KB

No votes yet