Nappi, "Cold loops applied to bipolar resectoscope: a safe "one-step" myomectomy for treatment of submucosal myomas
with intramural development," Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research, vol.
Transabdominal sonohysterography, transvaginal sonography, and hysteroscopy in the evaluation of submucous myomas
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It is rare to see patients present with exertional dyspnoea caused by a pelvic mass such as uterine myoma
without underlying cardiopulmonary disease.
In patients between the ages of 19 and 39 years, you can expect to see AUB brought on by polyps, myomas
, pregnancy, polycystic ovary syndrome, oral contraceptives and other hormonal contraception, and endometrial hyperplasia.
Disseminated leiomyomas occurring after laparoscopic morcellation of a myoma
is a rare but reported entity.
Literature reports that the incidence of postoperative complications is 1.65-4% including fever bladder injury hemorrhage and intestinal injury trocar site hernia etc.12 In the process of removing uterine and myoma
tissues small myoma
or endometrial tissue fragments might remain in the abdominal cavity because of the limitation of operative skills and laparoscopic technique which results in the recurrence after surgery and causes a new late postoperative complication.
larger than 8 cm in diameter on ultrasound were leiomyosarcomas.
'When we rinsed the myoma
tissue, the progress of the cancer slowed down.
Huang and colleagues confirmed the crucial role of estrogen in the development of iatrogenic parasitic myomas
in an experimental model.
Surgical management of POP is reconstructive and obliterative, and it may be performed by the vaginal, abdominal, laparoscopic, or robotic route. The abdominal approach will be preferable in the presence of other abdominal pathology requiring treatment such as an ovarian mass or uterine myomas
, or vaginal cavity is already reduced from previous surgery.
The means (SD) for age at myomectomy, number of myomas
removed, and myoma
size were 34.8 (4.5) years, 3.9 (3.2), and 7.5 (3.0) cm (weight, 191.7 [144.8] g), respectively.