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Review Article

Prevention and Management of Complications in Laparoscopic Myomectomy

Table 2

De novo myoma and endometriosis formation after laparoscopic myomectomy/hysterectomy.

StudyType of studyStudy detailsParasitic myoma%Parasitic endometriosis%

Tanos et al., 2016 [23]EGSE Survey191 doctors participated0.080.16
Meulen et al., 2016 [24]Meta-analysis
44 studies
Laparoscopic morcellation and myomectomy0.12–0.95
0.2–1.2
ND
Schuster et al., 2012 [25]Case control277 LASH morcellations, 187 VH or TAHND1.4
1.4
Donnez et al., 2007 [26]Retrospective8 out of 1405 LASH casesND0.65

Note. ND: no data, LASH: laparoscopically assisted subtotal hysterectomy, VH: vaginal hysterectomy, and TAH: total abdominal hysterectomy.

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