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Table 2 Patient and perioperative characteristics of consecutive patients

From: Adnexectomy by poor man’s transvaginal NOTES

Patient no. Age (years) BMI (kg/m2) Parity History of vaginal delivery Previous pelvic surgery Type of surgery Total operating time (min) Serum hemo-globine drop (g/dl) (Peri-) operative complications Post-operative pain score Size of adnexal mass (largest diameter, mm)
6 h 24 h
1 54 24.1 P4 Yes LS BSO 40 0.4 - 2 2 70
2 44 17.2 P1 Yes - USO R 35 0.8 - 2 2 62
3 56 21.5 P2 Yes LS BSO 35 0.5 Cystitis 2 2 35
4 47 27.1 P2 Yes - USO R 30 0 - 2 1 50
5 58 26.0 P0 No - BSO 35 0.6 - 4 1 40
6 52 28.3 P0 No - USO R 35 0.6 - 1 1 36
7 66 22.9 P2 Yes - BSO 40 0.7 - 2 1 45
8 46 20.8 P0 No - USO R 22 1.4 - 2 1 35
9 51 25.4 P2 Yes - USO L 22 0.5 - 2 1 35
10 56 24.2 P1 Yes - USO R 25 1.2 - 2 1 42
11 63 26.7 P2 Yes - BSO 30 2.0 - 3 0 40
12 56 25.0 P2 Yes - USO R 22 0.5 - 1 1 39
13 75 23.2 P1 Yes - USO R 20 0.6 - 2 2 38
14 31 21.5 P2 Yes - USO R 35 1.8 - 2 2 60
15 45 28.7 P1 Yes - USO R 20 0 - 2 2 40
16 43 24.4 P2 No CS USO R 50 0.9 - 2 2 100
17 45 23.7 P2 Yes CE USO R 45 0.7 - 0 0 110
18 36 22.8 P2 Yes CS USO R 40 1.7 - 2 1 39
19 55 23.4 P1 Yes - BSO 35 1.2 - 2 1 70
20 38 22.5 P2 Yes - USO L 32 2.1 - 2 2 49
  1. CE cystectomy, CS caesarean section, LS laparoscopic sterilisation, USO unilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, BSO bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, R right, L left