endomyometritis

en·do·my·o·me·tri·tis

(en'dō-mī'ō-mē-trī'tis),
Sepsis involving the tissues of the uterus.
[endo- + G. mys, muscle, + mētra, uterus, + -itis, inflammation]

en·do·my·o·me·tri·tis

(en'dō-mī-ō-mē-trī'tis)
Sepsis involving the tissues of the uterus.
[endo- + G. mys, muscle, + mētra, uterus, + -itis, inflammation]
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Other rare complications associated with uterine artery embolization include necrotizing endomyometritis, myometritis, or cervical necrosis.
Exclusion criteria was any women with history of myomectomy or surgery for uterine malformations, repeated cesarean deliveries (2 or more), chorioamnionitis, endomyometritis, placentaprevia, placenta accreta and any bleeding disorders.
Risk of abruptio placentae is 4-7%, postpartum endomyometritis is 10%, and there is also risk of maternal pyelonephritis.
There was one serious adverse event, with a woman treated 2 weeks after morcellation for endomyometritis.
3) However, CT is responsible for postpartum endomyometritis and neonatal conjunctivitis and pneumonia.
Blood transfusion and endomyometritis were more common in the group undergoing a trial of labor, and this difference was statistically significant.
101) Types of infections include pyometria with endomyometritis, bilateral chronic salpingitis, tubo-ovarian abscess and infected fibroids.
Relationship between endomyometritis and the duration of premature membrane rupture.
This conclusion was supported by the local coroner who "concluded that she had died from `septic shock, due to endomyometritis [inflammation] due to therapeutic, drug-induced abortion,'" the Washington Post reported on November 3.
On October 31, the Alameda County coroner's office issued a preliminary report concluding that Miss Patterson did indeed die from "septic shock, due to endomyometritis [uterus-related blood infection] due to therapeutic, drug-induced abortion.
Other reported complications of myomas in pregnancy include premature rupture of the membranes, malpresentation, increased cesarean delivery rate, and postpartum endomyometritis (Katz et al.