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Myomectomy in the 14th week of pregnancy - case report
Clinical and experimental obstetrics & gynecology
Uterine leiomyomas are the most common benign tumours in women. During the pregnancy, their prevalence is 2%. The management of leiomyomas in this period is eminently clinical, except in special situations. The decision by the indication of concomitant surgery pregnancy is complicated because in addition to the anaesthetic risks, studies show worse fetal prognosis. In this study, a rare case of myomectomy was reported in a 14-week gestation due to acute abdomen with intense pain. A 36-year-olddoi:10.12891/ceog4784.2019 fatcat:25nkvkiunzbuzkudt3f3czx2d4