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Minerva Ginecologica 2002 October;54(5):435-8

language: Italian

Cervical myomectomy by laser CO2. Report of two cases

Penna C., Fallani M. G., Fambrini M., Galassi D., Basile V., Marchionni M.


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Cervical localization of uterine fibroids is an uncommon event and vaginal surgery by cold knife is the current therapeutic approach. Two patients with cervical fibroids underwent laser CO2 excision under colposcopic guidance, using local anesthesia and in outpatient setting. The absence of intra- and post-surgical complications and the successful therapeutical results prove that laser CO2 surgery could be an alternative treatment in selected cases.

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