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Major Peripheral Disorders
In this lecture ´´Genital Tract Injuries´´ are explained. Section one is about ´´Old Complete Perineal Tear (CPT)´´. At first educator tells about genital tract injuries. After that old complete perineal tear (CPT) is discussed. Then its etiology is considered. Likewise, symptoms and signs are reported at the end of this section.
Management of Complete Perineal Tear
Section two is about ‘’Management of Complete Perineal Tear’’. Initially, information about both preventive and operative treatment is revealed. After that principles of surgery are highlighted. Then special postoperative care is discussed. Furthermore, advice on discharge is given. In the end, educator talks about complications of repair operations.
Section three is about ‘’Coital Injuries’’. In the beginning, coital injuries are discussed. Then rape victims are focused. After that forensic considerations are pursued. Its management is also explained in this section. Lastly, local injuries are elaborated.
Direct Trauma and Foreign Bodies
Section four is about ‘’Direct Trauma and Foreign Bodies’’. Educator's first theme of discussion is direct trauma. Alongside, its management is explained. Then foreign bodies are elaborated. Furthermore, their effects and management is pursued.
Section five is about ‘’Instrumental Injuries’’. Earlier in this section, educator gives information about instrumental injuries. Then sheds light on dangers associated with instrumental injuries. After that its management is discussed. Lastly, information is revealed about non-infective/non-malignant instrumental injuries.