DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20150743

Huge pyometra in a postmenopausal age: a diagnostic dilemma

Pramila Yadav, Nikhil Datar, Pabashi Poddar, Komal Chavan, Rajendra Saraogi

Abstract


Pyometra in postmenopausal women is an extremely rare disease that hardly responds to the usual treatment of antibiotics therapy. Our case presented as a postmenopausal woman with a huge pyometra. Pyometra drainage was done with great difficulty after a blind biopsy. Endometrial and cervical biopsy followed by endometrial curettage was done. An intrauterine foley’s catheter was kept for seven days and Histopathological report was suggestive of squamous cell carcinoma of cervix.

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