hysteromyoma

hysteromyoma

 [his″ter-o-mi-o´mah]
leiomyoma of the uterus.
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hys·ter·o·my·o·ma

(his'tĕr-ō-mī-ō'mă)
A myoma of the uterus.
[hystero- + G. mys, muscle, + -oma, tumor]
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Other comorbidities included cerebral disease (12 cases), coronary heart disease (eight cases), benign prostatic hyperplasia (six cases), peptic ulcer (three cases), urolithiasis (two cases), breast diseases (two cases), arrhythmia (two cases), adrenal pheochromocytoma (one case), and hysteromyoma (one case).{Table 2}
The second one was diagnosed as CSP complicated with giant hysteromyoma (9.9 cm x 9.5 cm x 9.8 cm) on MR (Figure 3).
Originally uterine artery embolization is an effective treatment for hysteromyoma [9].
The possibility of preservation of the reproductive organ in those suffering from hysteromyoma (HM), out of pregnancy, is based on somewhat
Within the period from 2001-2007 we have observed 779 patients with hysteromyoma. Out of that number 86 (11%) were pregnant with the terms of 4-32 weeks.
The rate of development of this syndrome among the pregnant with hysteromyoma varies significantly from 30% to 75% (Kulakov and Shmakov, 2001).
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Transvaginal hysterectomy (TVH) was conducted if patients had uterine diseases (e.g., hysteromyoma and uterine adenomyosis).
In recent years there has been a definite upward trend in incidence of hysteromyoma. The prevalence of uterine fibroids varies widely, according to foreign authors the average prevalence is about 30% (Volkov et al., 2004; Kazubskaya et al., 2007).
From a clinical point of view, many researchers identify a number of risk factors that contribute to the emergence hysteromyoma: profuse menstruation, late menarche, frequent abortions, inflammatory diseases of the uterus and appendages, the presence of TORCH infections dishormonal breast diseases and disorders of thyroid function.
The study of the general group of women with hysteromyoma found 35 HLA-class I antigens: 13 antigens for HLA-A locus; 17 antigens for HLA-B locus and 5 antigens at HLA-Cw locus.
1/3 of women had genital abnormality (inflammatory diseases, endocervicitis, hysteromyoma).