Non puerperal uterine inversion with fibroid polyp- a case report
Gitanjali Deka, Gokul Ch. Das, Himleena Gautam
Non puerperal uterine inversion (NPUI) is a rare clinical problem. It is usually associated with a fundal submucous myoma extrusion. Less data is available about its incidence. Treatment depends on associated pathology and type of inversion. Diagnosis is challenging at times. Here we present a case of an acute NPUI with fundal fibroid who presented with bleeding, pain abdomen and mass protruding from vagina with infection. Diagnosis was made on clinical features, examination under anaesthesia and intra-operative findings. At first vaginal myomectomy was done followed by total abdominal hysterectomy after repositioning the uterus. Patient was discharged from hospital in good health without any complications.