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Pa Tho Physiology of Meig's Syndrome

Pa Tho Physiology of Meig's Syndrome

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Published by: romeo rivera on Jun 30, 2009
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PATHOPHYSILOGY OF MEIG’S SYNDROMEMenstrual phaseIncrease level of estrogen Follicular phase Increase follicle stimulating hormone Ovulation Pituitary gland and hypothalamusa surge of luteinizing hormone Normal gametogenesis Luteal phase Corpus luteum begins toPregnancy Produce HCGIncrease progesteroneMENTRUALIRREGULARITIES Abnormal gametogenesisFusion of gametes containingabnormal no. of chromosomes during fertilizationPartial mole (69 chromosmes)Endometrium to thicken further Highly (+) pregnancy Very high level Abnormal proliferation of the Degeneration of test of HCG tropoblastic villi tropoblastic villiInhibition of G.I motility Fluid retention Production of HPL Apperance of clear Vaginal spotting fetal deathfluid filled graped sized of dark brownvesicles in the uterus blood or as aConstipation Food stasis HPN Edema Protenuria Glucosuria profuse freedomIn the stomach CHORIOCARCINOMAWeight loss, anemia D and CExcessive gas stomach distention Increase pelvic Weight gainContinued growth ofpalloformation pressure of fibromyomaRetention of Flatus Nausea Vomiting Fatigue and sense of fibromyoma or heaviness in the pelvis metastasis

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