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Lower recurrence rate of the Bartholin gland cysts or abscess after lavaj-drainage and marsupialization

L. Șerbănescu


Abstract: Bartholin gland cysts and abscesses are real issues in women of every age, being a high risk condition for patients when symptoms occur. The study was performed on a group of 120 patients who had Bartholin cyst or abscess. About 81.66% patients has presented pain of high intensity, with extension to the entire vulvar area, 16.66% of the patients dyspareunia and senzation of local pressure, and only 1.66% patients vulvo-vaginal pressure sensation and pain only at deep palpation of the area. After marsupialization, only 3.33% patients had recurrence of the cyst or abscess and were submitted to a second and successful session. In the present study, the post-marsupialization recurrence rate of the Bartholin gland cyst or abscess was lower, without major complications. The Bartholin cysts or abscess approach by marsupialization can be used as an effective management with low rates of recurrence, or other complications, without involving hospital admission.
DOI:10.18643/gieu.2017.137

Keywords: Bartholin cyst, abscess, lavaj, marsupialization, recurrence, treatment.

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