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5/24/20
Open vs. Minimally Invasive Procedure Myomectomy Surgery - Removal of Uterine Fibroid - Medical Animation
 
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Open vs. Minimally Invasive Procedure Myomectomy Surgery - Removal of Uterine Fibroid - Medical Animation
This animation shows a myomectomy surgery procedure, the surgical removal of a uterine fibroid.

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