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Illustration of a laparoscopic morcellation procedure. Cross-section of the uterus showing the removal of a fibroid using a laparoscopic morcellator, inserted through the vagina. This type of surgery is much less invasive than standard methods, however it may risk spreading previously undetected cancers.
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Illustration of the female reproductive system and uterine fibroids.
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Illustration of a uterine fibroid in a female figure.
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Illustration of a laparoscopic morcellation procedure. Cross-section of the uterus showing the removal of a fibroid using a laparoscopic morcellator, inserted through the vagina. This type of surgery is much less invasive than standard methods, however it may risk spreading previously undetected cancers. Cancer cells (yellow) may go undetected because of the limited view during this type of surgery, and be spread to other areas of the body by the morcellation procedure, which can disperse the morecellated tissue. This is a potential risk even with non-cancerous fibroids.
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Surgeons cut a fibroid away from the uterus.
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Multiple uterine fibroids that were removed from a patient in an attempt to retain the patient's uterus and fertility.
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Fibroid tumors of the uterus, anterior view.
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A hysterectomy being performed on a patient with fibroids, benign tumors within the uterus.
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Gynecologists repairing the uterus of a patient with multiple fibroid excisions.
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Photomicrograph of a leiomyoma, a smooth muscle neoplasm, showing cell fibers, mag. 250x (at 24 x 36 mm). Leiomyomas occurring in the uterus are commonly called fibroids.
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Photomicrograph of the uterus showing a fibroid (uterine leiomyoma), a benign tumor that originates in the smooth muscleand connective tissue, section.
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Illustration of fibroid tumors of the uterus. Uterus, ovaries and vagina are shown in frontal view. Uterus and vagina are sectioned to show the inside. Fallopian tubes and ovaries are shown full view.
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Typical location of endometrial fibroids and treatment options. The syringe indicates injectable synthetic hormones suchas GnRH analogs. Hysteroscopic myomectomy is the removal of fibroids inside the uterus. Laparoscopic myomyectomy remove s fibroids outside the uterus. Fibroid embolization uses tiny polyvinyl particles to block arteries feeding the fibroid.
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X-ray of the uterus, frontal view, showing a calcified fibroma (fibroid tumor). (c) Sovereign
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Urogram of the uterus, frontal view, showing a calcified fibroma (fibroid tumor). (c) Sovereign
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X-ray of the uterus, frontal view, showing a calcified fibroma (fibroid tumor). (c) Sovereign
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Hysterosalpingogram showing a large uterine fibroma (fibroidtumor), frontal view. (c) Sovereign
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Urogram of the pelvis showing a large uterine fibroid (red ball), after intravenous injection. (c) GJLP
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Illustration of a laparoscopic morcellation procedure. Cross-section of the uterus showing the removal of a fibroid using a laparoscopic morcellator, inserted through the vagina. This type of surgery is much less invasive than standard methods, however it may risk spreading previously undetected cancers. Cancer cells (yellow) may go undetected because of the limited view during this type of surgery, and be spread to other areas of the body by the morcellation procedure, which can disperse the morecellated tissue. This is a potential risk even with non-cancerous fibroids.
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Uterus, sagittal section, showing three primary types of fibroids, classified by their location in the uterine wall. Subserosal fibroids develop in the outer wall and continue to grow outward; intramural fibroids, the most common type, develop within the wall and expand; and submucosal fibroids, theleast common, develop just under the uterine cavity lining.
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Uterine artery (fibroid) embolization. This minimally-invasive treatment procedure for the removal of uterine fibroids involves catheterization of and embolization of the arteries supplying the fibroids by injecting polyvinyl acrylic (PVA) particles, thus causing the fibroids to degenerate.
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Gross anatomy of the uterus and fallopian tubes, showing uterine fibroids, benign tumors of the uterine tissue.
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A laparoscopic port is placed in a patient's abdominal cavity. A small camera will be inserted into the abdomen, allowing surgeons to see inside of the patient without having to create a larger incision.
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A surgeon performing laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery.
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