Pediatria. Journal named after G.N. Speransky | VOL. 101
ИСТОРИЯ И СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ ОТЕЧЕСТВЕННОГО ЗДРАВООХРАНЕНИЯ В СФЕРЕ ОХРАНЫ РЕПРОДУКТИВНОГО ЗДОРОВЬЯ ДЕВОЧЕК
Publication Date Jun 17, 2022
The article is devoted to the problems of gynecology of children and adolescents. The historical information about the formation of specialized gynecological medical care for girls in Russia from the first thematic publications at the end of the XIX Century to modern days is given. The achievements of gynecologists in diagnostics and treatment of main diseases of reproductive system that represent major problematics within the medical community are observed as well, such as: the norm and the pathology of vaginal and vulva microbiocenosis; eligibility of establishing of a diagnoses of polycystic ovary syndrome and genital endometriosis in menstruating adolescent girls; relapses of abnormal uterine bleeding in adolescents; the quality of life and the prevention of surgical complications in adolescent girls with defects in the development of uterus and vagina; the possibility of rehabilitation of a follicular reserve in girls with premature ovarian exhaustion.
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding In Adolescents Uterine Bleeding In Adolescents Prevention Of Surgical Complications Diagnoses Of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Bleeding In Adolescents Genital Endometriosis Modern Days Adolescent Girls Historical Information Vaginal Microbiocenosis
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