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11/14. Severe ovarian hemorrhage in congenital afibrinogenemia.

    This is a case report of a patient with congenital afibrinogenemia and massive intra-abdominal bleeding from a ruptured corpus luteum cyst. None of the previously reported 100 cases mentioned obstetrical or gynecological complications associated with this rare entity.
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12/14. Cardiovascular collapse during gynecologic laparoscopy complicated by pulmonary edema: report of a case.

    Although gynecologic laparoscopic surgery has recently become a routine and widespread operative procedure in taiwan, the potential risks and complications in the clinical practice of laparoscopy should not be overlooked. Whilst the incidence of complications are rare, they can sometimes be serious, even life-threatening. This case report presents a woman with ruptured endometrioma, who developed sudden-onset cardiovascular collapse during laparoscopic procedure, in which carbon dioxide was used for insufflation. After resuscitation including cardioversion, her vital functions were restored; pulmonary edema developed soon afterwards but was resolved with conservative treatment. We discuss the possible causes of cardiovascular collapse during laparoscopic procedure and the management of resulting complications.
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13/14. Ruptured ectopic pregnancy after medical management: current conservative management strategies.

    A case of hypotension caused by hemorrhage in a patient receiving systemic methotrexate to treat a known ectopic pregnancy is presented. A primary goal of gynecologic practice in the 1990s is to conserve tubal patency and fertility. Consequently, ectopic pregnancy is more frequently being managed by conservative strategies. The emergency physician must be familiar with conservative methods for the management of ectopic pregnancy and the complications that may cause emergency presentations in these patients.
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14/14. hemoperitoneum in a postmenopausal woman.

    As the number of postmenopausal women increases, physicians will have more opportunities to treat elderly women with gynecological complications. This case report describes a 76-year-old, obese, multiparous woman, known to have gallstones who presented with acute abdomen complaints and was admitted for observation. Treatment was delayed until significant blood loss was recognized. At laparotomy, a ruptured ovarian granulosa cell tumor was found.
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