Uterine leiomyomas are frequent, have an impact on reproductive function and on women quality of life.
Investigation of uterine contractility in women with uterine leiomyoma non-deforming uterine cavity (type 3) may be one of the criteria that can be used for decision about whether myomectomy should […]
In 2005, we developed an Hysteroscopic myoma classification, the “STEPW or Lasmar”Classification. Our purpose was to develop a new preoperative classification of submucous myomas for evaluating the viability and the […]
Uterine fibroids are considered the most common benign uterine tumor of the female genital tract. It is estimated that fibroids are present in 30% of women at age 35 and […]
In recent years we are witnessing the emergence of different devices and surgical techniques for in office hysteroscopic treatment of submucosal fibroid. In many cases the procedure can be performed […]
Fibroids or myomas are benign, monoclonal tumors of the uterus, mostly composed of smooth muscle cells and extracellular matrix. They are the most common solid tumor of the female pelvis. […]