Postpartum Prolapsed Leiomyoma with Uterine Inversion Managed by Vaginal Hysterectomy

@inproceedings{PiehHolder2014PostpartumPL,
  title={Postpartum Prolapsed Leiomyoma with Uterine Inversion Managed by Vaginal Hysterectomy},
  author={Kelly L Pieh-Holder and Heidi G Bell and Tana Hall and James E Devente},
  booktitle={Case reports in obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={2014}
}
Background. Uterine inversion is a rare, but life threatening, obstetrical emergency which occurs when the uterine fundus collapses into the endometrial cavity. Various conservative and surgical therapies have been outlined in the literature for the management of uterine inversions. Case. We present a case of a chronic, recurrent uterine inversion, which was diagnosed following spontaneous vaginal delivery and recurred seven weeks later. The uterine inversion was likely due to a leiomyoma. This… CONTINUE READING