Saja A Aljwady
Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences

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Aim: To identify the findings obtained by diagnostic laparoscopy in gynecological problems to evaluate the role of laparoscopy in the diagnosis of gynecological problems during the study period

Methodology: This is a retrospective study for cases of diagnostic laparoscopy that have been carried out in Mosul City's Hospitals (Governmental & Private). an information sheet was prepared to collect the relevant data related to present study objectives. which included, women age, parity, residency, infertility's type, indication for the laparoscopy. Data were recorded and entered into the Microsoft Excel file (2016). The results were presented as numbers and percentages.

Result: For the period between January 2018-December 2019 (279) women were had a laparoscopy. The primary infertility was diagnosed in (26.5%) of women and the secondary infertility was constituted (77.5%). Block right tube was seen in (3.7%) and the left tube was seen in (4.5%) and both tubes were found in (13.1%) of women. Regarding ovarian pathology, the result found that the poly ovarian cystic (POCs) were the most problem and constitute (36%) of the cases. Pelvic edndomertities, uterine fibrosis, and congenital abnormalities were seen in (1.3%) (3.9%) (4.2%) respectively.

Conclusion: Laparoscopy is a reliable procedure that improves diagnostic accuracy in pelvic disorders and can reveal information that may make laparotomy unnecessary.

Keywords: Laparoscope, gynecological, Mosul

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