Myoma Radiofrequency Ablation
Treatment moving shot technique
Perform the ‘Moving Shot Technique’ under ultrasound guidance in real time, considering that after 5-10 sec a necrosis of approximately 1cm³ is obtained. When the impedence goes higher to 160 Ohms pull back or move to another unablated area.
Transvaginal radiofrequency myolysis for type II/III submucosal and intramural cavity-distorting myomas is a safe, fast, minimally invasive, and effective technique to treat metrorrhagia and reduce myoma volume.
Optimal patients are those with a myoma volume <39 cm3.