This is a hysteroscopy of intramural fibroids video, of a 48 year old woman with extremely heavy periods and two intramural fibroids. “Intramural” here means “inside the walls” — the fibroids are in the uterine wall and cannot be seen through a hysteroscopy like this. The endometrial cavity looks normal, slightly enlarged but otherwise nothing wrong with it. However, this patient has extreme menstrual bleedings and the ultrasound reveals that the cause of the bleeding is two intramural fibroids.

In this video you can also see the openings to the Fallopian tubes. Everything is normal, but the patient is heading for an endometrial ablation anyway.

The video is by Jose Bolanos, MD.

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For other videos see our main page on hysterectomy video. For other techniques, see the main page on endometrial ablation.