Subserous uterine fibroids
Disease / / June 16, 2016
subserous fibroids - this is one of the varieties of hormone-dependent tumors, developing from the muscle layer of the uterus.Fibroids often develops in women aged 20 to 45 years.The reason for its development are high levels of female hormones (estrogens), immune system disorders, genetic predisposition, metabolic abnormalities in the uterine tissues, which appear due to lack of nutrients and oxygen.The main difference
subserous uterine fibroids that myoma node growth proceeds in the direction of the abdominal cavity.This tumor can develop in two directions: to have a wide base, which is attached to the muscle wall, or have a connection in the form of thin legs.Sometimes it otshnurovyvaetsya, in this case, is independently fibroids abdominal or located at some distance from the uterus in its ligaments.
There are single and multiple myoma nodes.In the first case the nodes separated from the adjacent clear special capsule tissue (fibrotic).The most common education to 10 centimeters.Depending on the
- abdominal pain;
- failure of the menstrual cycle;
However, subperitoneal myoma uterus menstrual and reproductive function have not been violated.The pain occurs periodically and is triggered by the growth of the tumor.The nature and strength of pain affect node localization, tissue nutrition and during the menstrual cycle.For large amounts of tumor are pressed close to the uterus organs, disrupted their work.For example, if the fibroid is located in the cervical section, this leads to problems of urination and bowel movements.
Violation of site power and his death comes as a result of torsion unit, while the observed temperature rise and severe pain.Torsion occurs when making sudden movements and is accompanied by, in addition to pain, sweating, dizziness, fainting, and rapid heartbeat.Necrosis node can develop gradually due to any atrophic processes.In this case, most women have no complaints.
Due to the fact that the swelling occurs when the level of estrogen related diseases refers to endometrial hyperplasia and anovulation.Often subserous fibroids develop asymptomatic and detected during routine inspection.Identify fibroids can be complaints, considering the inspection data gynecologist, ultrasound and hysteroscopy.With ultrasound you can set the size of fibroids and its location, and follow the dynamics of tumor development.Diagnosis subperitoneal fibroids performed with ovarian cysts.
Conservative treatment includes hormone therapy and adherence to a special diet.The need for surgery is determined by the size and location of the tumor, the probability of transition to a malignant neoplasm, and the patient's age.