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Interventional radiology in management of gynecological disease 

Interventional radiology in management of gynecological disease
Interventional radiology in management of gynecological disease
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date: 01 August 2021

Uterine leiomyomas (fibroids) 328

Pelvic congestion syndrome 332

Post partum haemorrhage 334

Uterine arterio-venous malformation (AVM) 335

Fallopian tube recanalization 336

Recanalization of the cervical os 338

Drainage of pelvic abscesses and collections 338

Image guided aspiration/biopsy of ovarian or adnexal lesions 340

This is the most common benign tumour of the female genital tract. It affects 25% of women of reproductive age. It has a higher incidence in the African-Caribbean population. Most are asymptomatic. Counselling with a gynaecologist should be carried out....

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