morcellation

morcellation

 [mor″sĕ-la´shun]
division of solid tissue (such as a tumor) into pieces, which can then be removed.

mor·cel·la·tion

(mōr'se-lā'shŭn),
Division into and removal of small pieces, as of a tumor.
Synonym(s): morcellement
[Fr. morceler, to subdivide]

morcellation

/mor·cel·la·tion/ (mor″sel-a´shun) the division of solid tissue (such as a tumor) into pieces, which can then be removed.

mor·cel·la·tion

(mōr'sĕ-lā'shŭn)
Division into and removal of small pieces, as of a tumor.
[Fr. morceler, to subdivide]

morcellation

division of solid tissue (as a tumor) into pieces, followed by piecemeal removal.
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Laparoscopic hysterectomy provides better overall outcomes than either laparoscopic hysterectomy with power morcellation or total abdominal hysterectomy in women with presumed benign gynecologic disease, according to a cohort simulation model.
However, the techniques of prostate tissue retrieval, particularly intravesical morcellation of prostatic adenoma, are poorly evaluated.
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Food and Drug Administration came out with a statement that discourages the use of laparoscopic power morcellation in most hysterectomy and myomectomy procedures because there is a risk of spreading cancerous tissue beyond the uterus.
Morcellation is a procedure used as a means of extracting a woman's uterus, largely as a treatment for uterine fibroids.
Food and Drug Administration discouraged the use of laparoscopic power morcellation for the removal of the uterus (hysterectomy) or uterine fibroids (myomectomy) in women because, based on an analysis of currently available data, it poses a risk of spreading unsuspected cancerous tissue, notably uterine sarcomas, beyond the uterus.
First, the texts enjoy great currency in their morcellated state and, indeed, because of their morcellation.
11) Morcellation should be avoided because it allows tumor particles to seed the mediastinum.
patents in the area of automated, minimally invasive tissue morcellation technology and has 14 other patents pending.
NEW YORK -- More than a year after the Food and Drug Administration first warned physicians and patients about the risks of disseminating unsuspected cancer with electric power morcellation, most minimally invasive gynecologic surgeons are not using the technology.
Because hysteroscopic morcellation can be performed in these settings, the procedure is attractive to patients and gynecologists alike.