Asherman syndrome


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trau·mat·ic a·men·or·rhe·a

absence of menses because of endometrial scarring or cervical stenosis resulting from injury or disease.
Synonym(s): Asherman syndrome

Asherman syndrome

Obstetrics A condition, most common in the postpartum period which is characterized by intrauterine adhesions, which may result in amenorrhea Treatment D&C

trau·mat·ic a·men·or·rhe·a

(traw-mat'ik ā-men'ŏr-ē'ă)
Absence of menses because of endometrial scarring or cervical stenosis resulting from injury or disease.
Synonym(s): Asherman syndrome.

Asherman,

Joseph G., Czech gynecologist, 1889–.
Asherman syndrome - synechiae within the endometrial cavity, often causing amenorrhea and infertility.
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