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|I have diagonised with a defined posterior wall uterine mass of 55x51mm displacing the endometrium enteriorly.
I need a child!
re: Uterine Leiomyoma by Dr J S Chowhan - Jan 10th, 2013 9:11 am
Dr J S Chowhan
|Dear Jane Apio
There are numerous techniques doctors can perform myomectomy. The kind of, size, and site of the fibroids help to select which from the following myomectomies could possibly be recommended.
3.Laparotomy (Abdominal Myomectomy)
4.Laparoscopic Myomectomy with Mini-Laparotomy
5.Laparoscopic Assisted Vaginal Myomectomy (LAVM)
Simply speaking, laparoscopic myomectomy does a very good job of applying for pedunculated subserosal fibroids with the navel plus a few others small port locations within the abdomen, hysteroscopic myomectomy is for submucosal fibroids that may be removed vaginally, and laparotomy takes care of all fibroids it doesn't matter their location, size, or number. Laparoscopic Myomectomy with Mini-Lap provides for the removing of slightly larger subserosal fibroids than the laparoscope alone are prepared for but is a relatively small incision of 3 inch or less in the abdomen. Laparoscopic Surgery permits the laparoscopic removing subserosal fibroids through the uterus with the total removing fibroid material by having a vaginal incision though colpotomy.
Clearly, any myomectomy relating to the usage of laparoscope or hysteroscope requires an endoscopic surgeon with some more skills underneath her belt when compared with is acquired from most medical schools today. Also, because these tools are relatively new within the timeline of gynecological medicine, physicians been trained in an earlier era of minimal access surgery might possibly not have the skill sets or ease and comfort necessary to perform anything aside from a laparotomy.
So we will request you to visit any gynecologist and get your surgery done.
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