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The cohort prospective comparative study investigated the efficacy of mifepristone use in patients after surgical treatment of uterine myoma. It was shown that the use of mifepristone at a dose of 50 mg/day in a continuous mode for 3 months after surgical treatment for proliferating uterine myoma led to the absence of recurrences of the disease for 2 years after the drug withdrawal. The use of mifepristone after embolization of uterine arteries allowed to significantly reduce the size of the node by 25% during 12 months and by 50% (p<0.05) after 24 months. Complex treatment of uterine myoma, including myomectomy and drug therapy with mifepristone, allowed to realize reproductive function in 46% of patients, and delivery through the natural birth canal occurred in 24% of patients.
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