adenomyoma

(redirected from adenomyomas)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Related to adenomyomas: adenomyosis

adenomyoma

 [ad″ĕ-no-mi-o´mah]
1. a benign tumor consisting of smooth muscle and glandular elements.
2. see adenomyosis.

ad·e·no·my·o·ma

(ad'ĕ-nō-mī-ō'mă),
A benign neoplasm of muscle (usually smooth muscle) with glandular elements; occurs most frequently in the uterus and uterine ligaments.
[G. adēn, gland, + mys, muscle, + -oma, tumor]

adenomyoma

/ad·e·no·my·o·ma/ (-mi-o´mah)
1. a benign tumor consisting of smooth muscle and glandular elements.
2. see adenomyosis.

adenomyoma

[ad′ənōmī·ō′mə] pl. adenomyomas, adenomyomata
a tumor of the endometrium of the uterus characterized by a mass of smooth muscle containing endometrial tissue and glands.

adenomyoma

A circumscribed focus of adenomyosis in the uterus.

ad·e·no·my·o·ma

(ad'ĕ-nō-mī-ō'mă)
A benign neoplasm of muscle (usually smooth muscle) with glandular elements; occurs most frequently in uterus and uterine ligaments.
[G. adēn, gland, + mys, muscle, + -oma, tumor]

adenomyoma

A benign tumour of smooth muscle and glandular tissue occurring mainly in the womb (UTERUS) and RECTUM.

adenomyoma

a tumor made up of endometrium and muscle tissue, found in the uterus, or more frequently, in the uterine ligaments.
References in periodicals archive ?
Atypical polypoid adenomyoma (APA) is a rare uterine lesion first described in 1981.
Atypical polypoid adenomyoma mixed with endometrioid carcinoma: A case report.
A case of endometrioid adenocarcinoma developing 8 years after conservative management for atypical polypoid adenomyoma.
The pathological examination of the mass was reported as adenomyoma of the small intestine.
Adenomyoma is differentiated from entities with similar macroscopic characteristics including enteritis cystica profunda, pneumatosis cystoides intesti nalis, metastatic adenocarcinoma, and hamartomatous polyps of the Peutz-Jeghers syndrome based on histopathological criteria (1-4).
Focal adenomyosis or adenomyoma can be mistaken for a leiomyoma on US.
Adenomyoma and leiomyoma: Differential diagnosis with transvaginal sonography.
Obviously, Meigs was not referring to peritoneal endometriosis; rather he was attempting to solve the challenges of those days: painful rectovaginal adenomyomas and cystic ovarian endometriomas in young women for whom at that time hysterectomy and castration were the only surgical cure.
He correctly mentioned that the condition, called in these days adenomyoma, involved the presence of ectopic endometrial-like tissue in the myometrial wall, rectovaginal septum, hilus of the ovary, uterine ligaments, rectal wall and umbilicus.
Deep endocervical glands are typically HIK1083 negative, (224,228,251) and endocervical-type adenomyoma was reported to be negative in 1 case.
Adenomyomas have been described by other synonyms, largely depending on the anatomic site.
Pathologic Diagnosis: Adenomyoma of the Ampulla and Distal Bile Duct