Myomectomy During Early Pregnancy (Case report)

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27/3/2014 12:37 PM

Myomectomy During Early Pregnancy (Case report)


Dr. Samar D. Sarsam C.A.B.O.G.


Abstract
Myoma is a common benign uterine tumor; therefore it is common in pregnancy. One in ten women will have complications related to myoma in pregnancy. Few treatment options are available during pregnancy, conservative treatment with analgesia, reassurance and supportive therapy is almost always adequate but in carefully selected patients, myomectomy has been performed successfully without jeopardizing pregnancy outcome. The usual indications for surgery  during pregnancy include torsion of pedunculated uterine myoma and obstructed labor, surgical intervention during pregnancy is occasionally necessary in uncommon cases of intractable pain...




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