1Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Egypt
2Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Egypt
3Faculty of Medicine, Egypt
*Corresponding author:Randa Abobakr Abobakr, Faculty of Medicine, Egypt
Submission: July 12, 2019Published: August 01, 2019
ISSN: 2577-2015Volume3 Issue2
Objective: To compare between different uterine wall incision direction, vertical incision and transverse incision in abdominal myomectomy of intramural myoma regarding to complications.
Methods: The study were conducted on 60 patients attending the shatby University Maternity Hospital underwent abdominal myomectomy for a single site intramural myoma. They were randomly divided into vertical incision group (30 patient) and a transverse incision group (30 patient). The intra-operative blood loss, uterine wound size.
Results: We proved that there was no significant difference between both incision regarding intra-operative blood loss, uterine incision size.
Keywords: Intramural myoma; Abdominal myomectomy; Transverse incision; Longitudinal incision