Uterine myomas (known as uterine fibroids)
represent the most common female pathology in modern
gynecology. They are responsible for fertility disorders,
metrorrhagia and pelvic pain. Its association with
pregnancy is clearly increasing. This association requires
rigorous monitoring. We report the story of a patient
with a polymyxomatous uterus with a
pediclednecrobiosisfendic fibroma 09 cm in diameter,
which is complicated by early abortion and severe
abdominal pain syndrome resistant to analgesics, the use
of surgical treatment. is being considered.
Keywords : Myoma; Necrobiosis, Abortion, Mauritania.