endometrial disorder

endometrial disorder

A highly nonspecific term which can be used for virtually any abnormality of the endometrium, ranging from inflammation (endometritis) to cancer (endometrial carcinoma) and anything in between.
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This classification system is stratified into nine basic categories that are arranged according to the acronym PALM-COEIN: polyp, adenomyosis, leiomyoma, malignancy and hyperplasia, coagulopathy, ovulatory dysfunction, endometrial disorder, iatrogenic and not yet classified (Figure-1).
10,11 Women considered to have DUB in the past actually fall in FIGO categories of a varying combination of coagulopathy, disorder of ovulation, or primary endometrial disorder leading to a primary or secondary disturbance in local endometrial haemostasis.
Endometrial disorders in 406 breast cancer patients on tamoxifen: the case for less intensive monitoring.