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.
suffering from endometrial disorders like abnormal uterine bleeding or uterine fibroids,1 the 2010 American Institute of Ultrasound Medicine (AIUM) convention will feature specialized programs and product showcases highlighting imaging solutions available to better diagnose these conditions.
The AIUM convention will also feature several expert presentations on the use of uterine ultrasound imaging, such as sonohysterographs, in evaluating endometrial disorders such as abnormal uterine bleeding.