adenomyoma

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ad·e·no·my·o·ma

n. adenomioma, tumor benigno visto con frecuencia en el útero.
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We therefore advocate laparoscopic wedge resection without robotic assistance, aided by minilaparotomy when necessary for safe removal of larger adenomyomas, as the preferred uterine-sparing surgical approach for focal adenomyosis or when the patient wants to preserve fertility (FIGURE 2).
Approximately 60% of gastrointestinal adenomyomas are identified in the stomach, and gastric adenomyoma is most frequently found in the gastric antrum (85%) and pyloric region (15%) (1-3).
Gastric minimal-deviation adenocarcinoma has to be differentiated from benign conditions, of which the most important are LEGH, deep nabothian cysts, diffuse laminar endocervical glandular hyperplasia, and adenomyomas of endocervical type.
(21) analyzed possible differences in protein expression of p16, pRb, and cyclin D1 in endometriomas and adenomyomas using immunohistochemistry techniques.
In adenomyosis hysteroscopy is not just a diagnostic tool, but also a minimally invasive approach in the treatment of subendometrial and myometrial cystic adenomyomas [51, 52] or polypoid adenomyomas [53] by monopolar or bipolar hysteroscopic resection.
Atypical polypoid adenomyomas progressed to endometrial endometrioid adenocarcinomas.
Further, while some physicians point out that an ill-defined margin may increase leiomyosarcoma risk, this finding is certainly noted as well with benign adenomyomas.
Occasionally, adenomas or cyst-adenomas, papillomas and adenomyomas have been reported.
(18) Both diffuse and focal forms of adenomyomas exist.
Amongst these cases, 20 had adenomyomas of the uterus and 115 had peritoneal endometriosis.
Laparoscopic excision of myometrial adenomyomas in patients with adenomyosis uteri and main symptoms of severe dysmenorrhea and hypermenorrhea.