Pelvic Adhesive Disease

When inflammation develops in pelvic organs they are getting swollen and their surface is getting covered with overlay containing fibrin. This fibrin adhere surfaces of adjacent organs to each other as a mechanic barrier to inflammation to extend. In the areas of bond of organs, whitish films form.

Inflammation does not always result in adhesions. When a disease is diagnosed and treated early, adhesions do not form. They start forming when acute process turns into chronic and healing delays.

Adhesions my hinder organs from normal functioning. It may affect intestine from normal functioning which can cause bowel obstruction. If adhesions affect fallopian tubes, ovaries, uterus they may hinder egg from meeting ovule. Thus, adhesions can lead to infertility.

Reasons for Pelvic Adhesive Disease

Preventing Pelvic Adhesive Disease

Diagnosing Pelvic Adhesive Disease 

Treating Pelvic Adhesive Disease

There are two main options conservative and surgery. Surgery may be used in acute case of bowel obstruction (urgent measure) or planned surgery may be performed in recurred condition.

In Gynecology, main method is laparoscopy. Adhesion resection and removal.

Different methods of treatment include: