Multiple Myomectomy during Pregnancy and Live Birth at Term in a Departmental Hospital in Togo ( West Africa ) : a Case Report

@inproceedings{MBORTCHE2015MultipleMD,
  title={Multiple Myomectomy during Pregnancy and Live Birth at Term in a Departmental Hospital in Togo ( West Africa ) : a Case Report},
  author={Bingo Kignomon M’BORTCHE and Amah Biova Adama-Hond{\'e}gla and Kodjo Fiagnon and Koffi Dola and Koffi Akpadza},
  year={2015}
}
The occurrence of uterine myomata (or uterine fibroid) in pregnancy can sometimes cause complications that require surgical treatment. The surgical management of uterine myomata during pregnancy is generally avoided because of maternal and fetal risks. The surgical management of a pregnant woman with signs of acute abdomen and respiratory distress resulting from compression and bleeding of huge fibroids is reported. Myomectomy of subserous and intramural myoma became inevitable around 14 week’s… CONTINUE READING