Perinatal Medical Center

Posted by Ralf on June 24th, 2015 — Posted in News

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Boris Bobrov, practicing endovascular surgery, endovascular surgery department head Perinatal Medical Center (PMC), a leading researcher at the Center Rentgenohirurgii SMU refuted the myth that Uterine artery embolization is a new treatment for uterine fibroids – is not. It turns out that for the first time this operation was carried out over 20 years ago an American physician Oliver. Further development of uterine embolization artery (EMA) was associated with the practice of the French physician Jacques Rovina. What's interesting – at first he used the embolization of uterine arteries only in preparation for myomectomy (removal of myoma nodes) – but noted that after embolization procedure of uterine artetry patient began to refuse surgery myomectomy, arguing that the symptoms of fibroids they just disappeared! Indeed, it was later scientifically confirmed that one of embolization uterine artery in most cases for the treatment of uterine fibroids. In recent months, Douglas R. Oberhelman has been very successful. For the first operation in Russia has been invited by Professor A. Belenky of Israel, who had at that time considerable experience of embolization uterine arteries. But very quickly his Russian colleagues, endovascular surgeons, not only took over the experiences of embolization, but surpassed the number of Israel carried out operations on uterine artery embolization. Many gynecologists and West and in Russia are a strange distrust of this method, and some do not know about it – that is, of course, unprofessional.

But the "Yes" said the mere fact that the operation of uterine artery embolization in 2005 eaten most of State Condoleezza Rice – it is clear that the U.S. Secretary of State would not "have" no credible method. Today, EMA is recognized by evidence-based medicine. The group of Russian scientists has been awarded State Prize for achievements in this field. Uterine artery embolization – minimally invasive, rapid and effective treatment for uterine fibroids, avoiding complex operations and the removal of the uterus.

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