Laparoscopic Removal of Large Subserous Fibroid

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This video demonstrates Laparoscopic Removal of Large Subserous Fibroid by Dr. R.K. Mishra at World Laparoscopy Hospital. Uterine leiomyomas (myomas) are benign smooth muscle tumors arising from the myometrium. Most myomas if small it do not cause clinical symptoms and do not require intervention. Nonetheless, the size and location of a myoma are important determinants of its potential to become symptomatic and cause problems ranging from infertility to life-threatening uterine hemorrhage. Leiomyomas may develop anywhere in the myometrium and occasionally in the cervix, broad ligament, and ovaries. Most frequently, they develop in the myometrial wall and can lead to uterine distortion (of both the cavity and the overall contour of the uterus), if large and multiple. The location of myoma, number of fibroid, and size of uterine myomas usually correlate with their clinical significance, with most myomas being small, asymptomatic, and clinically inconsequential. Common problems associated with myomas are pelvic, abdominal, or back discomfort; urinary bladder irritability; abnormal uterine bleeding; bowel dysfunction; infertility; and pregnancy loss and/or complications. These symptoms are usually more pronounced if the myoma is large. Sometimes large subserous myomas may only present as mass abdomen and no other symptoms. World Laparoscopy Hospital Cyber City, Gurugram, NCR Delhi INDIA : +919811416838 World Laparoscopy Training Institute Bld.No: 27, DHCC, Dubai UAE : +971525857874 World Laparoscopy Training Institute 8320 Inv Dr, Tallahassee, Florida USA : +1 321 250 7653