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Prolapse, Urogynecology & Infections

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Posterior colpotomy is done in (LQ)



A Pelvic abscess

B Ovarian abscess

C Haematocolpos

D Tuboovarian mass

Ans. A
Pelvic abscess

1. Pelvic abcess that is dissecting through rectovaginal septum is treated with posterior colpotomy.

2. The procedure is done vaginally and the incision is made at the point of maximum bulge.

3. This helps in drainage of the pus or it can burst into the rectum or into abdomen resulting in generalised peritonitis. Hematocolpos is seen with imperforate hymen and is treated with incision and drainage.

4. The shape of incision is typically cruciate.

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