myomectomy


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myomectomy

(ˌmaɪəˈmɛktəmɪ)
n, pl -mies
(Surgery) the surgical removal of a myoma, esp in the uterus
Translations

my·o·mec·to·my

, myomatectomy
n. miomectomía.
1. excisión de una porción de un músculo o de tejido muscular;
2. extirpación de un tumor miomatoso localizado gen. en el útero.
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She said hysterectomy may be indicated if complications arise during myomectomy if no other treatment works for you or in older women who do not desire fertility.
Women undergoing hysterectomy or myomectomy for benign indications, who also had fibroids, were less likely to have a malignant diagnosis, according to a study presented at the AAGL Global Congress.
Bayang and her team said they decided to go for the uterus preserving surgery known as Myomectomy, the (http://www.
Neuwirth with his team perfomed the first hysteroscopic myomectomy in 1976 which largely replaced the conventional surgical interventions and began a new age of minimally invasive gynaecological procedure.
Myomectomy is appropriate for many women with uterine fibroids whether or not they wish to preserve their childbearing potential.
Types of surgery included hysterectomy, myomectomy, endometrial and ovarian cancer), midurethral sling placement, and pelvic reconstruction.
The reduction of myoma size, as well as, possibly, its tropism, is expected to improve the results of the myomectomy and the reproductive prospects of the patient.
The present study was conducted to evaluate the role of myomectomy on fertility after abdominal surgery and to see the influence of the number, size, and location of uterine Leiomyomas pertaining to fertility outcome after the surgery.
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the safety and efficacy of myomectomy during the 2nd trimester of pregnancy.
e recurrence of endometrium and leiomyoma fragments from uterine tissue residues after laparoscopic hysterectomy or laparoscopic myomectomy.
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.