adenomyosis


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ad·e·no·my·o·sis

 (ăd′n-ō-mī-ō′sĭs)
n.
A form of endometriosis characterized by the invasive, usually benign growth of tissue into smooth muscle such as the uterus.
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Noun1.adenomyosis - the presence of endometrium elsewhere than in the lining of the uterusadenomyosis - the presence of endometrium elsewhere than in the lining of the uterus; causes premenstrual pain and dysmenorrhea
pathology - any deviation from a healthy or normal condition
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adenomyosis

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Microscopic examination revealed chronic non-specific endometritis, Adenomyosis, Severe acute and chronic nonspecific salpingoophoritis with no evidence of malignancy.
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Adenomyosis is a gynecological benign tumor that refers to endometrial glands or stroma penetrating the endometrial surface, diffusely or locally infiltrating into myometrium, compensatory hypertrophy, and hyperplasia of peripheral muscular cells.
In the past, adenomyosis was diagnosed when histopathology revealed the disease after hysterectomy.
The clinical groups consisted of 84 women, of these, there were 38 women with adenomyosis (1st clinical group), and 46 women had EG externa (2nd clinical group).
Symptomatic uterine myomatosis or adenomyosis causing bleeding disorders or dysmenorrhea is the main indications for LASH.
Adenomyosis is a particular form of endometriosis, where the ectopic endometrium is seen in the wall of the uterus.
Endomyometrectomy: Usually, in women suffering from fibroids, problems such as adenomyosis (the inner lining of the uterus breaking through to the muscle wall of the uterus) and abnormal uterine bleeding which does not respond to medical management leads to many experts advising the removal of the uterus.
My symptoms worsened and last year I was diagnosed with adenomyosis.
polyps, adenomyosis, leiomyoma, malignancy and hyperplasia--coagulopathy, ovulatory disorders, endometrial causes, iatrogenic, not classified), appropriately stated that this classification may be considerably reviewed in ensuing years, perhaps even to the extent of making the current classification unrecognisable.
Histopathology carried out on the uterine specimen showed adenomyosis 17(31%) being the most common finding.