Risk of unexpected sarcoma being discovered after hysterectomy appears fairly low

Uterine sarcoma — a potentially aggressive type of cancer that forms in tissues in the uterus — was found in 0.22 % of women following a hysterectomy for benign conditions, a new large-scale study shows. Authors say findings may have implications for the risks associated with morcellation. —> Read More Here


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