Removal of large symptomatic intrauterine growths by the hysteroscopic resectoscope.

@article{Loffer1990RemovalOL,
  title={Removal of large symptomatic intrauterine growths by the hysteroscopic resectoscope.},
  author={Franklin D. Loffer},
  journal={Obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={1990},
  volume={76 5 Pt 1},
  pages={836-40}
}
Fifty-three patients underwent 55 procedures with a resectoscope for the removal of large symptomatic intrauterine growths. The presenting complaint was menorrhagia, menometrorrhagia, or heavy postmenopausal bleeding in 38 patients; excessive menses plus infertility in 13 patients; and infertility alone in two patients. Forty-three patients had pedunculated or sessile submucous myomas and ten patients had large endometrial polyps. The long-term results are based on 45 patients followed for… CONTINUE READING

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