PMID: 46288Jan 1, 1975

Bladder outlet obstruction caused by vaginal fibromyoma: the female prostate

The Journal of Urology
S Z FreedJ Feldman

Abstract

Three patients with urinary difficulty were cured by surgical removal of a viaginal fibromyoma. The appearance of this benign tumor on an intravenous cystogram and cystoscopy as well as the clinical response to surgical removal bears similarity to the hypertrophied prostate in men. The best surgical technique for its removal is enucleation via a vaginal incision.

References

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