Phenotype and Surgical and Interventional Alternatives to Hysterectomy Adenomyosis : Epidemiologie , Risikofaktoren , klinisches Erscheinungsbild sowie chirurgische und interventionelle Alternativen zur Hysterektomie

@inproceedings{Taran2013PhenotypeAS,
  title={Phenotype and Surgical and Interventional Alternatives to Hysterectomy Adenomyosis : Epidemiologie , Risikofaktoren , klinisches Erscheinungsbild sowie chirurgische und interventionelle Alternativen zur Hysterektomie},
  author={Florin Andrei Taran and Elizabeth Anne Stewart and Sara Y Brucker},
  year={2013}
}
Adenomyosis is an important clinical challenge in gynecology and healthcare economics; in its fully developed form, hysterectomy is often used to treat it in premenopausal and perimenopausal women. Symptoms of adenomyosis typically include menorrhagia, pelvic pain and dysmenorrhea. Moreover, adenomyosis and leiomyomas commonly coexist in the same uterus… CONTINUE READING