The uterus was deformed due to the intramural myomatous node, subserous
myomatous node, and small subserous
nodes along the anterior wall of the uterus.
Another solid mass of around 2.5 cm in diameter was adjacent to the ovary, resembling a subserous
Submucous fibroids have the strongest association with lower ongoing pregnancy rate (OR 0.5, 95% CI 0.3 to 0.8), mainly due to defective implantation.6 However, there is no evidence that subserous
or intramural fibroids adversely affect pregnancy outcome.7
As for the cT stage, it is hard to make a precise judgement of the cT1, cT2, and cT3 stages by CT scan reported by previous studies [14-16]; as a result, we divided these patients into the cT1cT3 group (tumor invasion restricted to the subserous
layer) and the cT4 group (tumor invasion beyond serosa).
The bowel specimen affected by endometriosis can be histologically classified into four stages: stage 0, when the endometriotic tissue is only affecting the peritoneum and the subserosal connective tissue (not reaching the subserous
plexus); stage 1, endometriotic foci are located in the subserous
fat tissue or adjacent to the neurovascular branches (subserous
plexus), rarely involving the external muscle layer; stage 2, the muscular wall and the Auerbach plexus are involved; and stage 3, the infiltration is reaching the submucosal nervous plexus or the mucosa .
Naito, "Ureteral obstruction in a transplanted kidney secondary to a subserous
myoma uteri," Transplantation, vol.
myomas were removed in 4 women, subserosal myomas in 5, and intramural myomas in 10 .
However, it is difficult to conclude that non-CDM has no adverse impact on fertility from the data presented in this previous publication because the study involved women with subserous
myomas, which have a little adverse impact on fertility.
The appendix is located posteromedial to the caecum, but its location may be different in the presence of subserous
The Haemorrhagic Septicaemia is characterised by rapid course, fever, oedematous swelling in head-throat-brisket region, swollen and haemorrhagic lymph nodes and presence of numerous subserous
petechial haemorrhages (Carter and De Alwis, 1989).
Gambadauro, "Reproductive outcome before and after laparoscopic or abdominal myomectomy for subserous
or intramural myomas," European Journal of Obstetrics Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, vol.
The most likely possible differential diagnoses were: urachal cyst, degenerated pedunculated subserous
fibroid, peritoneal inclusion cyst, and ovarian dermoid cyst.