metrorrhagia


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metrorrhagia

 [me″tro-ra´je-ah]
uterine bleeding, usually of normal amount, occurring at completely irregular intervals, the period of flow sometimes being prolonged.

me·tror·rha·gi·a

(mē'trō-rā'jē-ă),
Any irregular, acyclic bleeding from the uterus between periods.
[metro- + G. rhēgnymi, to burst forth]

metrorrhagia

/me·tror·rha·gia/ (-ra´jah) uterine bleeding occurring at irregular intervals, and sometimes of prolonged duration.

metrorrhagia

(mē′trə-rā′jē-ə, -jə)
n.
Bleeding from the uterus not associated with menstruation.

me′tror·rha′gic (-rā′jĭk) adj.

metrorrhagia

[met′rōrā′jē·ə]
Etymology: Gk, metra, womb, rhegnynai, to burst forth
uterine bleeding other than that caused by menstruation. It may be caused by uterine lesions and may be a sign of a urogenital malignancy, especially cervical cancer.

metrorrhagia

Irregular uterine bleeding, especially spotting of blood during the middle of the menstrual cycle.

metrorrhagia

 Uterine bleeding at irregular intervals

me·tror·rha·gi·a

(mē'trō-rā'jē-ă)
Any irregular, acyclic bleeding from the uterus between periods.
[metro- + G. rhēgnymi, to burst forth]

metrorrhagia

Bleeding from the womb (uterus) other than during the normal menstrual period.

metrorrhagia (mē·tr·rāˑ·gē·),

n heavy uterine blood flow occurring between regular menstrual periods; usually associated with pain.

metrorrhagia

uterine bleeding, usually of normal amount. Occurs normally in cows.
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The main clinical signs and symptoms at admission were fever in 24 (96%) of 25 patients, myalgia in 24 (96%), asthenia in 19 (76%), headache in 15 (60%), abnormal breathing sounds on auscultation in 15 (60%), abdominal pain in 13 (56%), anorexia in 12 (48%), dry cough in 10 (40%), chills in 8 (32%), vomiting or nausea in 6 (24%), cyanosis in 5 (20%), diarrhea in 2 (8%), hemoptoic sputum in 2 (8%), and epistaxis, metrorrhagia, generalized maculopapular rash, consciousness alteration, lumbar pain, and odynophagia, each in 1 patient.