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Power Morcellator Hysterectomy: Ovarian Cancer

Electronic power morcellators are medical devices used in myomectomy and hysterectomy procedures to break up fibroid tissue, so it can be removed from the body via minimally invasive surgery. Although these devices are effective at breaking up these non-cancerous growths, use of power morcellators have been linked to the spread of a rare uterine cancer known as metastatic leiomyosarcoma. This rare form of cancer can lie dormant for many years inside the uterus and often goes completely undetected. In some cases, use of electronic morcellators can disseminate uterine tissue and spread it throughout the woman’s abdomen. If there are cancer cells present, this can lead to the spread of the cancer to other organs and tissues in the body.

Filing A Lawsuit For Morcellator Spreading Cancer

There are legal actions that can be taken against power morcellator manufacturers for the complications arising from their use. Women who have been harmed as a result of power morcellator surgery may have the ability to file a lawsuit against the medical device manufacturer. There have already been lawsuits filed that allege these companies failed to properly warn patients of the risks associated with the use of their product.

Finding The Best Morcellator Lawyer

If you or a loved one has been harmed due to use of a power morcellator during surgery, do not hesitate to call our top rated legal team today at (800) 606-1717. Our attorneys will listen carefully to your case and inform you on what legal action can be taken. You may be entitled to compensation for your pain and suffering, medical expenses, including costs of additional surgeries, loss of wages, and loss of quality of life. We operate under our No Fee Promise, which means you pay absolutely nothing until your case is either won or settled.

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