Current views about fibroids treatment
Sarcoma is a cancer has clearly malignant or malignant. As according to current views with common fibroids that uterine sarcoma is a malignant tumor, probably from the beginning, not the degenerate fibroids. It is significantly more frequent "surprise" is finding adenomyoma. It is a kind of transition between myoma (i.e. tumors of muscle) and an inner or uterine endometriosis (i.e. presence of endometrial glands within the muscle).
Still, however, is a circumscribed, benign tumor, which can remove the uterus, although considerably more difficult than usual fibroids. If the process is bounded worse, can diffuse to affect the entire uterus and then talk about adenomyosis. Its symptoms may not be as significant as fibroids, but its treatment is more difficult, and if we have to treat (otherwise intractable pelvic pain or bleeding), is sometimes the only option hysterectomy. http://www.reviewlity.com/fibroids-miracle-review/
Differential diagnosis of classical fibroids from those described above, less common variant is very difficult and contributes to the clinical evaluation of vaginal and Doppler ultrasonography, magnetic resonance imaging, or hysteroscopy and laparoscopy. Often, however, a definitive diagnosis to the histological examination of the whole body removed (tumor or the entire uterus). Uterine fibroids are benign (non-cancerous) tumors that grow from the uterine muscle (leiomyomas). In the literature, or colloquially is used for those few synonyms: fibroids (in English "fibroids") myomatous uterus, myomatous nodes or simply "enlarged uterus".
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