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n. pl. en·do·me·tri·a (-trē-ə)
The glandular mucous membrane that lines the uterus.

[New Latin endomētrium : endo- + Greek mētrā, uterus; see metro-.]

en′do·me′tri·al adj.
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Adj.1.endometrial - of or relating to the endometrium


a. endometrial, rel. al endometrio;
___ biopsybiopsia ___;
___ cystquiste ___.
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It was recently demonstrated that endometrial stem/progenitor cells can induce proliferation (26) and this report substantiates the hypothesis on the role of the stem cells in endometrial regeneration.
The function of endometrial apelin is not known yet but, apelin may play a role in endometrial regeneration and endometriotic implantation via angiogenesis.
Endometrial regeneration also follows parturition and extensive resection and occurs in postmenpausal women taking estrogen replacement therapy.