menometrorrhagia


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menometrorrhagia

[‚men·ə‚me·trə′rā·jē·ə]
(medicine)
Excessive uterine bleeding during menstruation, plus irregular uterine bleeding at other times.
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6%) patients, followed by menometrorrhagia in 17 (23.
The administration of UPA has demonstrated efficacy in the control of menometrorrhagia and in the reduction of the size of myomas [3-5].
Jackson biopsies women aged 45-50 years if they have recurrent irregular bleeding plus at least one risk factor for endometrial cancer or they've had more than 6 months of menometrorrhagia.
Abnormal uterine bleeding were menorrhagia (two patients), menometrorrhagia (three patients) and oligomenorrhea (three patients).
Non-skin symptoms related to GDS Abdominal pain Nausea -emesis Diarrhea Weight loss Headache Visual alterations Fever Myalgias Arthralgias Paraesthesias Haematuria, Menometrorrhagia, gingivorrhagia, Haematemesis Nephropathy by immune-complexes Vasomotor symptoms including syncope Vertigo
Age y Clinical History Diagnosis 1 44 Menometrorrhagia EIN 2 50 Menorrhagia EIN 3 68 PMB EIN 4 45 Menorrhagia Benign 5 56 PMB, prior disordered proliferative EIN 6 38 DUB EIN 7 61 Endometrial polyp EIN 8 59 Endometrial polyp EIN 9 53 Endometrial polyp Polyp 10 48 Menometrorrhagia Benign 11 61 PMB Benign 12 34 Anovulation EIN 13 61 Tamoxifen, DUB Polyp 14 58 PMB Polyp 15 48 PMB Benign 16 59 Estrogen replacement Benign 17 43 DUB EIN 18 31 Primary infertility Polyp Case Agreement, % No.
Case: A 44-year-old African American woman was admitted for vaginal hysterectomy (VH) due to a four month history of menometrorrhagia despite medical management.
After one year of tamoxifen treatment, a woman in the control group died from breast cancer and a woman in the treatment group suffered from menometrorrhagia and had undergone hysterectomy.
American College of Radiology Guidelines for indications for ultrasound of the female pelvis (1) Pelvic pain Dysmenorrhea Menorrhagia Metrorrhagia Menometrorrhagia Follow-up of previously detected abnormality (eg, hemorrhagic cyst) Evaluation and/or monitoring of infertile patients Delayed menses or precocious puberty Postmenopausal bleeding Abnormal pelvic examination Further characterization of abnormality noted on another imaging study Evaluation of congenital anomalies Excessive bleeding Pain or fever after pelvic surgery or delivery Localization of intrauterine contraceptive device Screening for malignancy in patients with increased risk Table 2.
Menometrorrhagia and tachyarrhythmia after using oral and topical ginseng.