Minimally invasive surgery backed for uterine fibroids
This article was originally published in Clinica
The use of minimally invasive surgery to destroy fibroids in the uterus might also preserve the capacity of a woman to have children, according to US researchers. The procedure avoids open surgery required to remove the fibroid tumours, which can cause pain, discomfort and bleeding in women, said James Spies, chief of interventional radiology at Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington, DC.
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