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Transcript of SWEDEN
D O N O R
M A L I G N A N C Y
A d h e s i o n
no H/O of cervical dysplasia
Age is of minor concern
extended arterial supply
long veins and ligaments
T H E F I R S T B A B Y B O R N
THE 16TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE DEPARTEMENT OF GYNAECOLOGY & OBSTETRICS
They had their hysterectomies done 5 years ago
Back- table vessel
Uterine Transplant has given hope to many ladies who thought they will never be able to get pregnant and experience a full motherhood..
M A T C H I N G
poor (fixation/ anastomosis)
T U R K E Y
Donor was a brain dead heart beating woman
Good (fixation/ Anastomosis)
The research team in Turkey reported several attempts to reintroduce embryos and two very early pregnancies that ended in miscarriage.
S W E D E N
The patient was admitted with pre-eclampsia at 31 full weeks and 5 days, and 16 h later a caesarean section was done because of abnormal cardiotocography. A male baby with a normal birthweight for gestational age (1775 g) and with APGAR scores 9, 9, 10 was born.
The Sahlgrenska University Hospital
THE UTERUS TRANSPLANTATION RESEARCH PROJECT
Seven Swedish women have had embryos reintroduced after receiving wombs from living donor.
One case survived with 3 mild episodes of rejection
I N V I T R O
F E R T I L I Z A T I O N
Religion? difference between UT & Surrogacy
Congenital Deformity? Long-term Side effects
Maybe Yes Maybe No
R E M O V E
U T E R U S
Technical Point of View
12 months of