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Fibroid Special Interest Group (FSIG)


FSIG’s Mission Statement:

The principal purposes of FSIG shall be to stimulate, support, and promote education, research, and knowledge in the field of fibroid development, growth, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, and treatment.

 

2023-2024 Fibroid Special Interest Group Leadership:

Chair: Dr. Bala Bhagavath

Chair Elect: Dr. Maria Victoria Bariani

Vice Chair: Dr. Mohamed Ali

Immediate Past Chair: Dr. Elizabeth Pritts

Past Chair: Dr. Simone Ferrero

 

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Individuals joining or renewing membership in ASRM that reside in low or low-middle income countries (as defined by the World Bank) now receive a discount on ASRM membership!

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It is with great pleasure that the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) acknowledges and thanks the following people for their new membership in the Society.

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Topic Resources

View more on the topic of fibroids, myomas, or leiomyomas
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Fertility and Sterility On Air - TOC: January 2024

Topics include the association between thick endometrium with pregnancy hypertensive disorders. state insurance mandates and racial inequities in ART. Listen to the Episode
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New Study Examines Possible Cardiovascular Risk Factors Associated With A Mid-Life Uterine Fibroid Diagnosis

Research examines the relationship between uterine fibroids and cardiovascular risk factors when diagnosis comes mid-life.

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Resection Adenomyoma

I have a patient with an adenomyoma of the uterine wall that requires surgical excision and uterine repair. View the Answer
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Medication Administration

 Is CPT code 96402 applicable to a Depo-Lupron or Zoladex injection by nurse at REI practice, even if there is no diagnosis of cancer?  View the Answer
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Hysteroscopy Polyp Suspected

What ICD-10 code do you use if a diagnostic hysteroscopy is performed for the preoperative diagnosis of uterine polyp? View the Answer
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Fibroids

A summary of codes to use with fibroids and myomas compiled by the ASRM Coding Committee View the Coding Summary
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Journal Club Global: Moving leiomyoma research from bench to bedside

Uterine leiomyomata are benign tumors that develop during the reproductive years with a 70-80% prevalence by menopause.
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Journal Club Global - To Operate Or Not To Operate: Debating Intramural Fibroids And Fertility

The event will debate the upcoming F&S Fertile Battle “Intramural myomas more than 3 to 4 cm should be surgically removed before IVF”. View the Video
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Removal of myomas in asymptomatic patients to improve fertility and/or reduce miscarriage rate: a guideline (2017)

This review evaluates if uterine myomas impact likelihood of pregnancy and pregnancy loss, and if myomectomy influences pregnancy outcomes. View the Guideline