Angela Borghero

Dott.ssa

Angela Borghero

Ginecologo

Svolge attività di Specialista:

  • Ambulatorio ginecologico;
  • Attività di prevenzione;
  • Counselling contraccettivo;
  • Ecografie ginecologiche;
  • Consulenze sessuologiche;
  • Trattamenti sessuologici/ginecologici.
  • Disparomia

Esperienza professionale

2018 – alla data attuale

  • Incarico a tempo determinato e poi INDETERMINATO SAI presso il consultorio familiare di Martellago
  • Ambulatorio di Ginecologia e Ostetricia.
  • Spazio giovani (14-20 anni)
  • Corso di preparazione al parto.
  • Partecipazione attiva al progetto regionale “Interventi a favore dell’immigrazione” promosso dalla Regione Veneto e appartenente al Piano Territoriale per l’Integrazione degli immigrati (PTI).
  • Elaborazione e stesura di linee guida aziendali dal titolo “Vademecum per Fattori di rischio e prescrizioni di accertamenti in gravidanza secondo linee guida” per l’assistenza alla gravidanza fisiologica, ed individuazione di percorsi aziendali elettivi per la gravidanza fisiologica ed a rischio.
  • Partecipazione attiva al progetto di EDUCAZIONE all’AFFETTIVITA’ E SESSUALITA’ proposto ad adolescenti e preadolescenti:
    • Attività specifica in consultorio e nelle classi con ragazzi adolescenti e pre adolescenti;
    • Analisi, comparazione e revisione del progetto complessivo, secondo le linee guida europee e la
      realtà locale, inserendo l’utilizzo dello strumento WEB per ottimizzare gli interventi su adolescenti e
      pre adolescenti;
    • Elaborazione e stesura di materiale (presentazioni PPT, opuscoli, file di raccolta e elaborazione
      dati) utile alla programmazione e successiva attuazione del progetto stesso.
      Partecipazione al progetto “Ambulatorio contraccezione operativa” del Distretto.

2017–alla data attuale

  • Attività libero professionale
  • Visite ginecologiche ed ostetriche.
  • Ecografie ginecologiche
  • Counseling contraccettivo e contraccezione operativa
  • Consulenze sessuologiche.

2017 – 2018
Sostituzione SAI presso il consultorio familiare di:

  • Spinea, Martellago, Camponogara, Noale
  • Ambulatorio di Ginecologia e Ostetricia.
  • Spazio Giovani (14-20 anni).

2010–2011
Sostituzioni di MMG nella provincia di Padova

Pubblicazioni

  • Primary tubal carcinoma

    Pietro Litta, Anna Codroma, Angela Borghero, Shara Borgato, Lorena Conte, Mauro Cassaro

    2012

    PMID: 24183267

  • Limits and complications of laparoscopic myomectomy: which are the best predictors? A large cohort single-center experience

    Carlo Saccardi, Salvatore Gizzo, Marco Noventa, Emanuele Ancona, Angela Borghero, Pietro Salvatore Litta

    Purpose: To determine whether a correlation exists between size, location, type of myomas and perioperative outcomes.

    Methods: This is a observational study in women undergone to laparoscopic myomectomy (LM) because of single symptomatic myoma >4 cm in diameter. We collected data about general features, surgical outcomes, intraoperative/postoperative complications and time to return to normal activity.

    Results: A total of 444 patients (mean age 36.7 ± 6.4 years) resulted eligible for the study. Myomas sized between 8 and 12 cm were linked to an increased amount of blood loss (significantly higher in intramural than subserosal myoma). The removal of intramural myomas >8 cm and the subserosal ones >12 cm required a significant longer surgical time. Patients returned 17.9 ± 9.5 days after surgery to their personal activities. Six cases (1.35 %) required conversion to laparotomy, and only in two cases blood transfusion was necessary.

    Conclusion: Myomas size and type represent the best predictors of surgical difficulties and possible intrapostoperative complications. Intramural myomas >8 cm and subserosal ones >12 cm should be considered as a challenging procedure. LM remains the gold standard approach because of very low perioperative complication rate and faster return to normal activity.

    2014

    PMID: 24895193

  • Hysteroscopic enucleation in toto of submucous type 2 myomas: long-term follow-up in women affected by menorrhagia

    Carlo Saccardi, Lorena Conte, Alberta Fabris, Francesca De Marchi, Angela Borghero, Salvatore Gizzo, Pietro Litta

    Study objective: To evaluate long-term efficacy of type 2 myoma enucleation in toto.

    Design: Longitudinal retrospective study (Canadian Task Force classification II-2).

    Setting: University obstetrics and gynecology clinic.

    Patients: One hundred twelve women with menorrhagia and at least 1 type 2 submucous myoma who underwent hysteroscopic myoma enucleation in toto.

    Intervention: Clinical long-term follow-up.

    Measurements and main results: Success of the procedure and influence of myoma characteristics on recurrence of menorrhagia were evaluated. Mean (SD) follow-up was 58.4 (19.1) months. The success of the procedure was 88.4% (99 patients). Seventeen patients (15.2%) underwent a 2-step procedure. Among patients with relapsed menorrhagia, 10 (8.9%) underwent a repeat operation. Statistical analysis showed that number and diameter of myomas did not influence the outcome. Localization in the posterior wall of the uterus, compared with other sites, was associated with a higher percentage of resolution of menstrual symptoms (p = .03). There was no significant relationship between myomas features and risk of symptom recurrence during follow-up. The 2-step myomectomy was performed in patients with myomas >30 mm in diameter (p < .001).

    Conclusion: Hysteroscopic enucleation in toto of type 2 myomas is a safe and effective technique in long-term management of premenopausal women with menorrhagia.

    2013

    PMID: 24291491