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Caesarean Myomectomy: Prospective Study

Dr.Agarwal Kiran*,Dr.Agarwal Lata**,Dr.Agarwal Ashok***,Dr.Agrawal V K****, Dr.Agarwal Kanupriya*****.

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Introduction: Contrary to previous belief many studies published now have shown that myomectomy during cesarean section (CS) is a safe procedure with no significant increased risk of intra and postoperative complications. Methods: This prospective study was carried out in antennal mothers from May09 to Sep 10 in a tertiary care hospital of Uttar Pradesh after taking institutional ethical committee approval. Diagnosis of myoma was confirmed by ultrsonography. Only those mothers were included in the study who gave the informed consent to participate in study. Cesarean myomectomy was planned in all mothers having myoma. Operative time, intraoperative haemorrhage and length of hospital stay of mothers having myoma were compared to matched pregnant women with CS alone (28cases). Data were collected on a questionnaire and analyzed by appropriate test of significance. Results: Out of 966 antenatal mothers registered during the study period myoma was detected in 14(1.18%) cases. Mean age mothers of having myoma were 27.08 years and 61.54% were primigravida and only 23.08 % were third gravida. In 61.54% mother’s parity was zero and only 15.39 % mothers were having parity two. Mean haemoglobin was 10.56 gm%. In all cases presentation of foetus was vertex. In 92.3% mothers location of myoma was at anterior wall and subserous and in 7.7% cases it was fundal . Size of myoma was less than 3.0 Cm in 38.50 cases , 3.1 Cm to 5.0 Cm in 23.1% cases and more than 5.1 Cm in 38.4% cases. There was no significant difference in operative time, intraoperative haemorrhage and length of hospital stay in comparison to matched pregnant women with CS alone. Postnatal period was uneventful and complication like PPH was nil in all in cesarean myomectomy cases. Conclusion: caesarean myomectomy can be safely performed in majority of patients with myomas without any serious or life threatening complication.[Agarawal K et al. NJIRM 2011; 2(3) : 11-14]

Key words: caesarean myomectomy, gravid, myoma


 
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Kiran D, Lata D, Ashok D, K DV, Kanupriya D. Caesarean Myomectomy: Prospective Study. NJIRM. 2011; 2(3): 11-14.



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Kiran D, Lata D, Ashok D, K DV, Kanupriya D. Caesarean Myomectomy: Prospective Study. NJIRM. 2011; 2(3): 11-14.



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Kiran D, Lata D, Ashok D, K DV, Kanupriya D. Caesarean Myomectomy: Prospective Study. NJIRM. (2011), [cited October 18, 2017]; 2(3): 11-14.



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Kiran, D., Lata, D., Ashok, D., K, D. V. & Kanupriya, D. (2011) Caesarean Myomectomy: Prospective Study. NJIRM, 2 (3), 11-14.



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Kiran, Dr.Agarwal, Dr.Agarwal Lata, Dr.Agarwal Ashok, Dr.Agrawal V K, and Dr.Agarwal Kanupriya. 2011. Caesarean Myomectomy: Prospective Study. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 2 (3), 11-14.



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Kiran, Dr.Agarwal, Dr.Agarwal Lata, Dr.Agarwal Ashok, Dr.Agrawal V K, and Dr.Agarwal Kanupriya. "Caesarean Myomectomy: Prospective Study." National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine 2 (2011), 11-14.



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Kiran, Dr.Agarwal, Dr.Agarwal Lata, Dr.Agarwal Ashok, Dr.Agrawal V K, and Dr.Agarwal Kanupriya. "Caesarean Myomectomy: Prospective Study." National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine 2.3 (2011), 11-14. Print.



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Kiran, D., Lata, D., Ashok, D., K, D. V. & Kanupriya, D. (2011) Caesarean Myomectomy: Prospective Study. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 2 (3), 11-14.



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