1Abdulaziz Al Mulhim,1Salman Refat, 1Salman Refat

1Ministry of Health (KSA)

Introduction:

Percutaneous balloon dilatation of the cervix in cases of stenosis or occlusion and percutaneous drainage of endometrial collection is a minimally invasive, safe procedure that can be offered as an alternate option and can open the door for further interventions.

Material(s) and Method(s):

While percutaneous drainage has mostly replaced surgical and medical interventions, in this case it was paired with a percutaneous  cervical balloon dilation to remove the fluid buildup through a natural route outside the body and flipping the drainage access to a trans-vaginal one after cervix dilatation and removal of the percutaneous access.

Result(s):

Patients’ clinical complaints, such as dysuria and abdominal pain, as well as radiological imaging, have improved significantly after pairing balloon dilatation with percutaneous drainage.

Conclusion(s):

Percuatenous endometrial collection drainage and balloon dilatation of cevix stenosis is a safe and effective method in treating pyometra.