Kindergynäkologie

  • E. Willich

Zusammenfassung

Die Gynäkologie des Kindesalters, seit über 45 Jahren eine spezielle Forschungsrichtung, hat sich inzwischen in den meisten Ländern als interdisziplinäres Fach etabliert. 1 bis 3% des gynäkologischen Untersuchungsgutes stellen Patientinnen unter 16 Jahren dar. Hierbei sind im Spektrum der Erkrankungen Anomalien und Fehlbildungen mit 3 bis 6% beteiligt, Entzündungen des weiblichen Genitale mit 45–60%, Geschwülste mit 2%, Verletzungen mit 5–10%, Blutungs- und hormonale Störungen mit 11–27%, Gravidität, Unzucht und sonstige Ereignisse mit bis zu 7%.

Abkürzungen

i. v. U.

intravenöse Urographie

MCU

Miktionszysto-Urethrographie

AGS

Adrenogenitales Syndrom

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