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子宮外妊娠의 臨床的 考察

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 A Study on 100 cases of ectopic pregnancy 
Authors
 안재영 
Issue Date
1957
Description
의과 산부인과학전공/석사
Abstract
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[한글]

A STUDY ON 100 CASES OF ECTOPIC PREGNANCY



Jae Yeoung Ahn, M.D.

Department of obstetrics (?????????????) Severance Union Medical College



The author observed 100 cases of ectopic pregnancy (???????) (?????) hospital

from Jan., 1953 to NOv. 20, 1956 carefully in detail (????????) aspects, and the

following conclusions were gained.

1) In the past history of ectopic pregnancy, gonorrhea was 44.6%, and abortion

was 38% (natural abortion 16%, artificial abortion 22%). The author believes these

two diseases are the causes of increased incidence of ectopic pregnancy (??)nce the

World War Ⅱ.

2) Various antibiotics that were imported since the World War Ⅱ, (????)icularly

peniciline was used in the past inflammatory diseases of the genitialia in 56% of

all patients. The complete obstruction of the tube due to severe salpingitis has

been decreased by the use of (?????)tics, and the incidence of ectopic prognancy

has been increased by the mild tubal stenosis due to the complication of

antibiotics therepy.

3) In the diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy, preasure sansation on rectum at the

onset of abdominal pain was seen in 74% of all patients, and so it is reliable in

its diagnosis.

4) As a cause of difficult coagulability of the accoumlated blood in the

peritoneel cavity, the defibrination theory is much reliable, and the author will

research this problem with much interest.

5) In ectopic pregnancy, genital bleeding was seen in 90% and abdominal pain was

100%. In the genital bloeding, it was seen in 52% before abdominal pain; 28% were

with abddominal pain; and only 10% were after abdominal pain.

6) There was no dea case in 100 cases of ectopic pregnancy.
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