Further doses may be needed to reverse the coagulopathy or reduce the severity of myolysis
Factor and colleagues (32) were the first to suggest that the infart-like pattern of necrosis (discrete patches) that takes place early in the development of dilated cardiomyopathy in SCH originates from transient coronary vasospasms that cause ischemia with reperfusion injury and focal myolysis
. This fact has been long recognized in humans as a critical event in ischemic heart disease (33).
and cryomyolysis are indicated for women who wish to preserve their uteri but do not wish to become pregnant.
in the myolysis
plus resection group, five (18%) required reoperation, and one of those (4%) required hysterectomy In the ablation plus myolysis
group, 11 (12.5%) required reoperation, and 5 of those (5.7%) required hysterectomy said Dr.
Steinbereithner, "Muscle biopsy for diagnosis of malignant hyperthermia susceptibility in two patients with severe exercise-induced myolysis
," British Journal of Anaesthesia, vol.
The safety and effectiveness and risk of fibroid recurrence with both myolysis
and cryomyolisis have not yet been determined.
Others are Myomectomy, focused ultra-sound, GnRH agonists, Myolysis
, and Cryomyolysis.
As for uterine artery embolization, myolysis
, and MRI-guided ultrasonic treatment, these are not recommended for women who have myomas and who are seeking to maintain or improve fertility.
Internet-savvy patients are likely to ask about another procedure for treatment of uterine fibroids: myolysis
. This procedure "has come and gone" in Dr.
and acute renal failure in a heart transplant patient receiving lovastatin.