Uterine Adenomyosis

A adenomyosis uteri is the presence of endometrial glands and stromal cells in the uterine muscle; it tends to cause a diffuse enlarged uterus.

In adenomyosis, the endometrial tissue of the fallopian tube tends to diffuse uterine enlargement ( “globular uterine enlargement”) to induce. The uterus can double or triple in size, but exceed not usually the size of a uterus in the 12th week of pregnancy.

A adenomyosis uteri is the presence of endometrial glands and stromal cells in the uterine muscle; it tends to cause a diffuse enlarged uterus. In adenomyosis, the endometrial tissue of the fallopian tube tends to diffuse uterine enlargement ( “globular uterine enlargement”) to induce. The uterus can double or triple in size, but exceed not usually the size of a uterus in the 12th week of pregnancy. True prevalence is unknown, in part because the diagnosis is difficult. However, adenomyosis is found in women most often, which are being investigated for endometriosis, fibroids, or pelvic pain. Higher parity increases dasvRisiko. Symptoms and complaints Common symptoms are strong menstrual bleeding, dysmenorrhea, and anemia. Chronic pelvic pain may also occur. Symptoms may dissolve after menopause. Diagnosis Usually ultrasound or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) The diagnosis is suggested by symptoms and diffuse uterine enlargement in patients without endometriosis or fibroids. Transvaginal sonography and MRI are often used for the diagnosis, even if the final diagnosis requires histology after hysterectomy. Needle biopsy is performed only occasionally (eg when an endometrial cancer must be excluded.); accuracy may be limited primarily by sampling error. Therapy Hysterectomy The most effective treatment is hysterectomy. Hormone treatments, similar to those used to treat endometriosis (endometriosis treatment) can be tried. Treatment with oral contraceptives may be tried, but unsuccessfully, as a rule. A levonorgestrel-releasing coil can dysmenorrhea and bleeding control to.

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