Asherman syndrome

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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In 2013 Elouise fell pregnant naturally, but following an early miscarriage she needed the foetus removed surgically, which resulted in her suffering Asherman syndrome, a scarring of the cervix and uterus.
In 2013 Elouise fell pregnant naturally, but following an early miscarriage she needed the foetus removed surgically which resulted in her suffering Asherman syndrome, a scarring of the cervix and uterus.
Doctors discovered that due to the D&C Elouise had been struck down with a rare condition known as Asherman syndrome, which causes scarring of the cervix and uterus.
Study Selection: Literature search was conducted using the search terms 'endometrial fibrosis OR fibrosis AND or OR intrauterine adhesion OR Asherman syndrome OR IUA,' 'Hippo AND or OR Hippo/TAZ,' 'TGF-[sz],' and 'Wnt.
Asherman syndrome strictly comprises a combination of pain, menstrual disturbance, and subfertility in any combination.
In addition, Asherman syndrome and cesarean scar defect clearly alter the uterus, but what are their signs on imaging?
However, one patient had already developed Asherman syndrome in the curettage group within 3 months of follow-up, Dr.
Although the exact cause of placenta accreta is unknown, it is associated with several clinical situations such as previous cesarean delivery, placenta previa, grand multiparity, previous uterine curettage, and previously treated Asherman syndrome, which is a condition characterized by the presence of scars within the uterine cavity.
The greatest risk factors include anything that may cause scarring of the endometrial cavity, such as grand multiparity, previous cesarean delivery, uterine curettage, myomectomy and Asherman syndrome (a disease that causes intrauterine adhesions).
Doctors discovered that due to the D&C, Elouise had been struck down with a rare condition known as Asherman syndrome, which causes scarring of the cervix and uterus.
Doctors discovered that, due to the D&C, Elouise had been struck down with a rare condition called Asherman syndrome, which causes scarring of the cervix and uterus.
6 cases with negative estrogen/progestogen challenge test had outflow tract obstruction, 4 cases had Asherman syndrome due to previous dilatation and curettage (D&C) and 2 cases had tuberculous endometritis.