Is a Myomectomy a Major Surgery? Center

A myomectomy is defined as a procedure to remove fibroids (noncancerous lumps) from the uterus. Any surgery is called a major surgery if it requires overnight or extended stay in the hospital, needs anesthesia, and involves removing or altering a part of the body. So, myomectomy can be considered as a major surgery. Read more: Is a Myomectomy a Major Surgery? Article

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