Genital / Reproductive system female, Interventional vascular, MR, Embolisation, Treatment effects, Neoplasia
E. Y. Auyoung, L. Ratnam, R. Das, S. M. Ameli, L. Mailli; London/UK
Of the 64 dominant fibroids,
35 (55%) were intramural,
and of these 13 (37%) either migrated migrated to become submucosal (n=8),
partially expelled (n=2),
or completely expelled (n=3).
Table 1 summarises the parameters measured in each dominant intramural fibroid.
statistical significance was achieved in the pre-procedural mean minimal endometrial distance and mean maximal fibroid diameter between migrating and non-migrating intramural fibroids.
Upon re-assessing the images for migrating non-dominant fibroids,
we identified four intramural fibroids that had migrated - their measurements are summarised in Table 2.