hematometra


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hematometra

 [he″mah-to-me´trah]
an accumulation of menstrual blood in the uterus.

he·ma·to·me·tra

(hē'mă-tō-mē'tră, hem'ă-),
A collection or retention of blood in the uterine cavity.
Synonym(s): hemometra
[hemato- + G. mētra, uterus]

hematometra

/he·ma·to·me·tra/ (-me´trah) blood in the uterus.

hematometra

[hē′mətōmē′trə]
an accumulation of fluid or menstrual blood in the uterine cavity.

he·ma·to·me·tra

(hē'mă-tō-mē'tră)
A collection or retention of blood in the uterine cavity.
Synonym(s): hemometra, haematometra.
[hemato- + G. mētra, uterus]
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Within 2 weeks of draining the hematometra, the patient resumed her menstrual cycle with a normal flow of 3 days.
In another report, a girl who developed SJS as a child experienced hematometra after the onset of puberty, and she required surgery to treat genital adhesions.
Los rudimentos funcionales, tanto comunicantes como no comunicantes, producen hematosalpinx, hematometras, endometriosis, y como consecuencia dolor pelvico, y en embarazos alto riesgo de ruptura [17] y aumento de la mortalidad materna.
Del total de las pacientes estudiadas solo una presento anormalidades Mullerianas asociadas, consistentes en utero bicorne con hematometra.
Outflow tract obstruction of any cause--including a didelphic uterus or other uterine anomalies, vaginal septum, hematometra, renal agenesis, or imperforate hymen--is associated with extensive endometriosis that is typically reversed upon establishing a patent outflow tract.
McCausland's presentation documented another set of complications of post total ablation intrauterine contracture, including bleeding in the cornual area, causing cornual hematometra.
A plausible mechanism of hematometra formation post caesarean section is the placement of haemostatic sutures to control bleeding associated with placenta previa, which causes uterine outlet obstruction.
INTRODUCTION: A very rare complication of cesarean section is cervical stenosis which causes hematometra, hematosalpinx and also endometriosis.
One case was a 55-year-old woman who presented with pain and hematometra.