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Laparoscopic management of broad ligament fibroids.

Pandit P, Chandak S - J Gynecol Endosc Surg (2011)

Bottom Line: Two cases of true broad ligament fibroids and thirty cases of false broad ligament fibroids were operated.We traced the course of the ureters in all cases.No complications were met with.

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Affiliation: Deogiri Nursing Home, Aurangabad, India.

ABSTRACT
Two cases of true broad ligament fibroids and thirty cases of false broad ligament fibroids were operated. All were removed through the laparoscopic route, with very minimal blood loss and without a need for blood transfusion. We traced the course of the ureters in all cases. No complications were met with.

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Mentions: Site of incision: We made an incision on the anterior aspect of the fibroid, incising the peritoneum. A myoma screw was used to give traction. With the help of traction and countertraction the myoma was removed [Figure 1, 2, 3 a and b]. The course of the ureter was traced at the beginning and at the end of the procedure [Figure 4, 5]. Complete hemostasis was achieved. The peritoneal incision was not sutured, to allow for drainage. An intraperitoneal drain was kept. The myoma taken out with the help of a morcellator.


Laparoscopic management of broad ligament fibroids.

Pandit P, Chandak S - J Gynecol Endosc Surg (2011)

Myoma bed
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 4: Myoma bed
Mentions: Site of incision: We made an incision on the anterior aspect of the fibroid, incising the peritoneum. A myoma screw was used to give traction. With the help of traction and countertraction the myoma was removed [Figure 1, 2, 3 a and b]. The course of the ureter was traced at the beginning and at the end of the procedure [Figure 4, 5]. Complete hemostasis was achieved. The peritoneal incision was not sutured, to allow for drainage. An intraperitoneal drain was kept. The myoma taken out with the help of a morcellator.

Bottom Line: Two cases of true broad ligament fibroids and thirty cases of false broad ligament fibroids were operated.We traced the course of the ureters in all cases.No complications were met with.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Deogiri Nursing Home, Aurangabad, India.

ABSTRACT
Two cases of true broad ligament fibroids and thirty cases of false broad ligament fibroids were operated. All were removed through the laparoscopic route, with very minimal blood loss and without a need for blood transfusion. We traced the course of the ureters in all cases. No complications were met with.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus