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uterine tumor

, tumor of the uterus
Uterine neoplasia, which may cause sterility or abortion or obstruct labor. Uterine tumors may become infected or twisted on their attachments. See: cancer of uterus; endometrioma; uterine fibroma
See also: tumor
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We then profiled the metabolic characteristics of uterine tumors using a newly developed PET parameter termed "metabolic tumor/necrosis ratio." Unfortunately, we were unable to reanalyze the images of seven patients (whose raw data were lost because of a >10-year storage time).
Uterine tumors resembling ovarian sex-cord tumors (UTROSCT) represent a rare form of tumors that affect the uterine body [1].
In the case of patients with a history of uterine leiomyoma, especially if they had undergone uterine tumor surgery, the possible diagnosis of BML should be considered when pulmonary nodules and diffuse lesions are present.
This case study documents an interesting report which explains the incidence of uterine tumor in buffaloes that could also act as a risk factor for infertility.
Sugimura, "Spectrum of FDG PET/CT findings of uterine tumors," The American Journal of Roentgenology, vol.
(2,9) A fibroma-like stromal pattern is described in more than one-half of LGEESSs and is uncommon in uterine tumors (Figure 2, A).
Recent genetic studies confirm a shared profile between BML and uterine tumor [6, 7, 12].
In the present study, we have demonstrated for the first time some molecular characteristics of lymphoepithelioma-like carcinoma of the endometrium which is an extremely rare uterine tumor [12-16].
Previously, two reported cases of urinary obstruction caused by uterine tumor also involved a simple total hysterectomy [2, 3].
Radiological Imaging Studies show a round uterine tumor with dense and well-defined calcifications.
Report shows that the largest uterine tumor ever removed from a patient that survived the procedure weighed 45.4 kg (8).
KEY WORDS: Benign Uterine Tumor, Cystic Degeneration, Leiomyoma, Ovarian Tumor.