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    ABSTRACT: The study was done to see the changes of placental diameter, thickness and number of cotyledons in eclapmsia. A total 45 placenta, 25 from eclamptic mother and 20 from normal pregnant mother were collected from Gynaecology and Obstetric department of Mymensingh Medical College and Hospital (MMCH). Study was done in Anatomy department of Mymensingh Medical College (MMC). Macroscopic study of the formol saline fixed placentas revealed that, compared to the controls there was trend of less placental diameter in eclamptic group(p=0.0004). Cotyledon number was found to be significantly less in eclampsia (p=0.0001). However there was no significant difference in placental thickness in eclamptic placenta than that of normal group. Statistical significance of difference between two groups was calculated by using Students "t" test. A difference between the two groups was considered to be significant when p<0.005. The morphological changes in placenta are possibly due to reduced uteroplacental blood flow in eclampsia.
    Mymensingh Medical Journal 07/2007; 16(2):127-31.
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    ABSTRACT: The study was done to see the relationship of recurrent laryngeal nerves with corresponding inferior thyroid artery with the aim to increase the knowledge regarding variational anatomy in our population. Sixty samples were collected as block dissection of thyroid gland along with the surrounding structures containing the supplying vessels and adjacent nerves from 48 male and 12 female cadavers of different age groups and fixed in 10% formol-saline solution. Fine dissections were carried out to study the toporgaphic relationship of recurrent laryngeal nerves with corresponding inferior thyroid artery. The findings were compared between different age groups and also with the findings of western researchers. In this study, in majority of the cases the recurrent laryngeal nerves were found in their usual location that is posterior to the terminal branches of inferior thyroid artery on the left side and anterior to that artery on the right side. It was important to note that, on both sides recurrent laryngeal nerves were also frequently found to pass in between the terminal branches of inferior thyroid artery.
    Mymensingh Medical Journal 08/2006; 15(2):192-6. DOI:10.3329/mmj.v15i2.43
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    ABSTRACT: The study was done to see the gross morphologic changes of placenta in human normal pregnancy and eclapmsia, with the aim that it would be able to increase the general body of knowledge regarding the gross morphology of normal placenta and the changes that occur in eclampsia in our population. Total of 45 (n=45) placenta, 25 (n=25) from eclampsia and 20 (n=20) from normal pregnant cases were collected from Gynaecology and Obstetric Department of Mymensingh Medical College & Hospital (MMCH). Study was done in Anatomy Department of Mymensingh Medical College (MMC). Macroscopic study of the formol saline fixed placentas revealed that, compared to the controls there was trends of lower weights and volumes of placentas in eclamptic group. Statistical significance of difference between two groups was calculated by using Students "t" test. A difference between the two groups was considered to be significant when p<0.005.
    Mymensingh Medical Journal 01/2006; 15(1):10-4. DOI:10.3329/mmj.v15i1.23