Month: April 2021

Complications of Pelvic exenteration

Complications of Pelvic exenteration

Pelvic exenteration (PE) describes a radical surgery involving the en bloc resection of the pelvic organs, including the internal reproductive organs, bladder, and rectosigmoid. Indications include advanced primary or recurrent pelvic malignancies, most commonly centrally recurrent cervical carcinoma


miso-kare® (MISOPROSTOL 200mcg)

Misoprostol belongs to a group of hormones called prostaglandins which can cause uterine contractions and opening (ripening) of the cervix. Although prostaglandins are highly effective, their efficacy depends on the number of prostaglandins receptors in the uterus