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Cervical Fibroids with Its Management and Review of Literature: An Original Article

Rajshree Dayanand Katke*, Nisha Thakre**, Soni Mourya***, Sivanandini Acharya****.

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Most of the leiomyomas are situated in the body of uterus. Fibroids arising from cervix are rare tumours accounting for 2% of all fibroids. A central cervical fibroid is usually either interstitial or sub mucous in origin and usually arises from supravaginal portion of the cervix so that it expands the cervix equally in all directions and can displace uterine vessels & ureters. On laparotomy it can be recognized at once, as it fills pelvis, with uterus on top of tumour like “The Lantern on the top of St. Pauls”. As they arise from deep pelvis and get impacted, surgery poses difficulties and complications are not uncommon. Here we present five cases of cervical fibroid. 4 of the cases had menorrhagia as the presenting symptom whereas one of the cases presented with urinary complaints. In 2 cases the patients were nullipara and were desirous of future fertility hence in one case fibroid was removed by vaginal myomectomy leaving the uterus intact where as in other case laparotomy with cervical fibroid enucleation done and in other three cases enucleation of fibroid was done to remove it followed by total abdominal hysterectomy. [Rajshree K SEAJCRR 2017; 6(1):5-9]

Key words: cervical fibroid, vaginal myomectomy, enucleation, total abdominal hysterectomy


 
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Katke RD, Thakre N, Mourya S, Acharya S. Cervical Fibroids with Its Management and Review of Literature: An Original Article. SEAJCRR. 2017; 6(1): 5-9.



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Katke RD, Thakre N, Mourya S, Acharya S. Cervical Fibroids with Its Management and Review of Literature: An Original Article. www.scopemed.org/?mno=274146 [Access: October 22, 2017].



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Katke RD, Thakre N, Mourya S, Acharya S. Cervical Fibroids with Its Management and Review of Literature: An Original Article. SEAJCRR. 2017; 6(1): 5-9.



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Katke RD, Thakre N, Mourya S, Acharya S. Cervical Fibroids with Its Management and Review of Literature: An Original Article. SEAJCRR. (2017), [cited October 22, 2017]; 6(1): 5-9.



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Katke, R. D., Thakre, N., Mourya, S. & Acharya, S. (2017) Cervical Fibroids with Its Management and Review of Literature: An Original Article. SEAJCRR, 6 (1), 5-9.



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Katke, Rajshree Dayanand, Nisha Thakre, Soni Mourya, and Sivanandini Acharya. 2017. Cervical Fibroids with Its Management and Review of Literature: An Original Article. The Southeast Asian Journal of Case Report and Review, 6 (1), 5-9.



Chicago Style

Katke, Rajshree Dayanand, Nisha Thakre, Soni Mourya, and Sivanandini Acharya. "Cervical Fibroids with Its Management and Review of Literature: An Original Article." The Southeast Asian Journal of Case Report and Review 6 (2017), 5-9.



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Katke, Rajshree Dayanand, Nisha Thakre, Soni Mourya, and Sivanandini Acharya. "Cervical Fibroids with Its Management and Review of Literature: An Original Article." The Southeast Asian Journal of Case Report and Review 6.1 (2017), 5-9. Print.



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Katke, R. D., Thakre, N., Mourya, S. & Acharya, S. (2017) Cervical Fibroids with Its Management and Review of Literature: An Original Article. The Southeast Asian Journal of Case Report and Review, 6 (1), 5-9.



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