Case Report on Fibroid Uterus

Authors : Dr. Gupta Shubham Lalbabuprasad; Dr. Anita R. Gune; Dr. Pramod M Survase; Vedangi Pramod Patil; Shrishti Sharma

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 6 - June

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Uterine fibroids are benign monoclonal neoplasms that arise from the uterine wall's smooth muscle cells. They are common gynaecological tumours in reproductive-age women, although they are uncommon in adolescents. The smooth muscle layer of the uterus is where these tumours normally form. Alternative medical terms for fibroids tumours include leiomyoma . It can range in size . They can be quite large in some extreme circumstances. Because of the widespread use of high-frequency ultrasonography and magnetic resonance imaging for diagnostic purposes, it is now possible to detect such situations at an early stage. The extensive and well-established use of ultrasound in gynaecological clinics ensures that their diagnosis is not missed.Uterine fibroids tumours without symptoms are frequently left untreated. Uterus that have two or three tumours are known as giant fibroids. A solitary fibroid is the most common kind of this type of tumour. Giant uterine fibroid tumours are uncommon tumours and pose major diagnostic and prognostic difficulties for doctors and surgeons.

Keywords : Fibroid Uterus, Hysterectomy, Leiomyoma.


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