September 15th, 2019

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Inevitable Myomectomy of a Huge Submucous Myoma During Cesarean Section: A Case Report
Authors:  Isil Uzun, M.D., Cenk Sayın, M.D., Cihan I·nan, M.D., Selen Erzincan, M.D., and Fusun Varol, M.D., Ph.D.
BACKGROUND: Submucous myoma during pregnancy is a very rare clinical entity.

CASE: A 39-year-old woman was able to carry her pregnancy to term despite a huge submucous myoma and inevitable myomectomy during cesarean section.

CONCLUSION: Cesarean section is indicated in patients with myomas obstructing the birth canal, and myomectomy during cesarean section is not only a reasonable option, but sometimes inevitable.
Keywords:  cesarean section, hemorrhage, myomectomy, pregnancy, submucous myoma
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