J. Bányácsky, A. Masárová, M. Hlaváčik, P. Kaščák
Together with typical myomatosis as one of the most frequent female diseases we
might encounter also some rare forms of myomatosis in the clinical practice. They
are usually tumours, which we do not consider being myomas at the beginning of the
diagnostic process due to their atypical localisation or even occurrence in patients
without the uterus. They may cause problems in differentiated diagnosis and often
just indicated surgical intervention or the findings of a pathologist specify the final
diagnosis. We are presenting four case studies of rarer form of myomatosis.