Open Access Case Report

Ultra Sonographic Mirror Depiction of Enormous Bizarre Intramural Myomas - Laparoscopic Dissection

Sofoudis Chrisostomos1*, Dedoulis Evangelos2 and Zioris Konstantinos 2

1Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Konstandopoulio General Hospital, Greece

2Mitera, Maternal Hospital, Greece

Corresponding Author

Received Date: March 20, 2020;  Published Date: May 11, 2020


Leiomyomas represent the most common type of benign tumours of the female genital tract. Assiduous preoperative imaging findings reflect proper therapeutic mapping. In cases of female patients of reproductive age, the ultimate goal remains the fertility preservation and the quality of life of the patient.

According to recent bibliography, bizarre leiomyomas remain a controversial issue regarding the preoperative and postoperative therapeutic mapping. Giant cells with pleomorphic nuclei and little or no mitotic activity compose the microscopic analysis of such lesions.

Multidisciplinary approach is mandatory in order to establish ultimate diagnosis and treatment. Bizarre leiomyomas still represent a gray scale among the whole scientific community.

Keywords: Bizarre myomas; Laparoscopic dissection; Mirror depiction

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