Laparoscopic Removal of Posterior Cervical Fibroid

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Amit Kumar
11 months ago


This video demonstrate Laparoscopic Myomectomy for Posterior Cervical Fibroid. Fibroid or Myomas are benign tumours composed partly of muscle and fibrous tissue. They seldom develop in the cervix, the lower part of the uterus as in this video. When posterior cervical fibroid grow, they are usually obliterating entire cul de sac. Cervical fibroids grow in the wall of the cervix and are difficult to remove without damaging the surrounding area. Most cervical myomas eventually cause symptoms of GIT or ureteric obstruction. The most common symptom may be irregular or heavy menstrual bleeding . Other symptoms include abdominal pain or pressure, changes in bladder and bowel patterns and, in some cases, infertility. Cervical myomas can block the flow of urine; women may have a hesitant start when urinating; dribble at the end of urination, and retain urine. Urinary tract infections are also more likely to develop. If cervical fibroids cause symptoms, they are surgically removed in a procedure called a Laparoscopic Myomectomy. After removal of fibroid suturing of the raw area is required. Depending upon the size of fibroid a long time is spend in morcellation of myoma.