A two-day review of a controversial surgical instrument used to remove uterine growths less invasively than surgery confirmed the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) concerns that the device could unintentionally spread cancer throughout a woman’s body. The FDA says women should be made aware of the risks before undergoing procedures in which the instrument will be used. The surgical tool is known as a power morcellator, and is typically used with a tube-shaped blade that grinds up and removes uterine fibroids or, in some cases, the entire uterus. The devices were introduced in the 1990s and have been used in ... Read More
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