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Bartholin's gland abscess is a condition requiring emergency consultation. Placement of a Word catheter, which is a minor technique used in France as a treatment of bartholin's Abscess, can be done in an emergency room without hospitalization. Actually, incision-drainage, which is the most widespread treatment in France, is performed on day surgery with or without overnight hospitalization. Our hypothesis is that the use of Word catheter compared to incision-drainage would not modify the quality of life of the patients but would allow a saving of up to 3 M€ per year in France.
Bartholin's Gland Abscess Treatment
Word Catheter, Incision-drainage
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Nantes University Hospital
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-09-23T04:51:41-0400
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