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Journal:   JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN MEDICAL AND BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH   OCTOBER-NOVEMBER 2012 , Volume 20 , Number 81; Page(s) 103 To 107.
 
Paper: 

A REPORT OF PARASITIC FIBROMA

 
 
Author(s):  TADAYON P.*, NAZEMI SALMAN D., GHAEM PANAH A.
 
* AYATOLLAH MOUSAVI HOSPITAL, ZANJAN UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, ZANJAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

The patient was a 37-year-old woman with abdominal pain. A huge mass was noticed during the abdominal examination, and ultrasonography reported a large uterine fibroma with the size of 105x100x101 mm. The patient was hospitalized for abdominal hysterectomy. During the operation, opening the parietal peritoneum led to a massive bleeding and a drop in patient’s blood temperature. The fibroma was supplied by ileal mesentery vessels that were the main source of the bleeding. The ileal mesentery bleeding was controlled by silk suturing. We resected the fibroma but did not do a hysterectomy. Not only sonography but also CT and MRI are recommended to Such a problem.

 
Keyword(s): FIBROMA, UTERUS, ILEAL MESENTERY
 
 
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APA: Copy

TADAYON, P., & NAZEMI SALMAN, D., & GHAEM PANAH, A. (2012). A REPORT OF PARASITIC FIBROMA. JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN MEDICAL AND BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH, 20(81), 103-107. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=414298



Vancouver: Copy

TADAYON P., NAZEMI SALMAN D., GHAEM PANAH A.. A REPORT OF PARASITIC FIBROMA. JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN MEDICAL AND BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH. 2012 [cited 2021November27];20(81):103-107. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=414298



IEEE: Copy

TADAYON, P., NAZEMI SALMAN, D., GHAEM PANAH, A., 2012. A REPORT OF PARASITIC FIBROMA. JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN MEDICAL AND BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH, [online] 20(81), pp.103-107. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=414298.



 
 
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