Comprised of clinical cases presenting diverse clinical scenarios of uterine fibroids, this concise, practical casebook will provide clinicians in reproductive medicine and obstetrics/gynecology with the best real-world strategies to properly diagnose and treat the various presentations of fibroids they may encounter in daily clinical practice. Opening with chapters discussing classification and pathogenesis, effects on fertility and treatment modalities for these common tumors, each subsequent chapter is a case that provides a unique clinical presentation of a patient's symptoms and clinical findings, diagnostic work-up and the thought process involved in navigating the treatment options as well as the supporting evidence. Cases included illustrate different types and locations of fibroids in addition to various management strategies, complications and outcomes, and selected chapters also include video clips.
Pragmatic and reader-friendly, Uterine Fibroids: A Clinical Casebook is written by experts in the field and is designed to facilitate and guide reproductive medicine specialists and gynecologists in the sometimes challenging decision-making process by presenting real case scenarios that span the spectrum of fibroid presentations and treatment options.
Nash S. Moawad, MD, MS, FACOG, Head of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery, Program Director of UF Health COEMIG, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL, USA
Pathogenesis, Classification, Histopathology and Symptomatology of Fibroids.- Uterine Fibroids and Effect on Fertility.- Treatment Modalities for Fibroids, Indications, Risks and Benefits.- An 8 Cm Subserosal Fibroid in a Patient with Unexplained Infertility and Pain.- Large Asymptomatic FIGO Type 3-5 Fibroid and Primary Infertility.- 26-Week Fibroid Uterus, Hydroureter, Hydronephrosis and Infertility.- Submucosal Fibroid, Menorrhagia, Anemia and Dysmenorrhea.- Intramural Fibroid Impinging on the Uterine Cavity.- The Prolapsed Myoma.- The fibroid with Red Flags!.- The Broad Ligament Fibroid.- Asymptomatic Fibroids and Infertility.- Solitary Myoma - Laparo-Endoscopic Single Site (Less) Surgery.- Massive Uterine Fibroids in an Anemic Patient.- Multiple Symptomatic Intramural Fibroids in a Patient who Desires Fertility.- The Cervical Fibroid.- Uterine Fibroids and Recurrent Pregnancy Loss.- Asymptomatic Type 1 Submucosal Myoma in The Setting Of Tubal Factor Infertility Requiring IVF.- The Innumerable Fibroids.