Vaginal Myomectomy and Total Vaginal Hysterectomy on Large Prolapsed Cervical Myoma: A Case Report

Frank M.M. Wagey, Rudy Lengkong, Freddy W. Wagey, Hermie M.M. Tendean, John J.E. Wantania, Erna Suparman, Bismarck J. Laihad, Suzanna P. Mongan, Linda M. Mamengko, Juneke J. Kaeng, M.M. Joice Sondakh, Yosep Sutandar, Maria Gladys Theresa

Abstract


Cervical myomas are benign tumors originating from cervical muscle tissue with a very rare incidence of only about 8% of all myomas. The surgical approach depends on the position of cervical myoma. This case report discusses a 44-year-old woman who complained of a lump discharge from her birth canal 6 months ago, and currently discharging from her vagina. We performed vaginal myomectomy, and the cervical myoma measuring 8 × 8 × 6 cm with solid consistency was removed. We continued with total vaginal hysterectomy. Post-operative recovery was progressing well. The histopathology report was consistent with leiomyoma. Large prolapsed cervical myoma can be disturbing and discomforting for many patients. It is relatively rare and can be successfully removed vaginally with minimal morbidity.




J Med Cases. 2021;12(7):288-290
doi: https://doi.org/10.14740/jmc3698

Keywords


Vaginal myomectomy; Total vaginal hysterectomy; Prolapsed; Cervical; Myoma

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