from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A condition, usually resulting in pain and dysmenorrhea, that is characterized by the abnormal occurrence of functional endometrial tissue outside the uterus.
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- n. A condition in which the endometrium is found elsewhere than in the lining of the uterus.
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- n. the presence of endometrium elsewhere than in the lining of the uterus; causes premenstrual pain and dysmenorrhea
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Both practitioners also said a laparoscopic surgical procedure could be conducted to rule out problems such as endometriosis, which is when the tissue that lines the uterus, grows outside the organ and attaches to other organs in the abdominal cavity.
The condition, called endometriosis, affects ten to fifteen percent of women during their reproductive years.
It is done to remove cancers of the uterus or cervix, or more commonly to treat a painful condition called endometriosis or because of noncancerous uterine growths called fibroids.
For those of you who don't know, endometriosis occurs when the cells that line the uterus grow outside the uterus too.
In 1992 Maria suffered an apparent recurrence of endometriosis, which is considered to be a recurring and incurable condition.
If you suffer from the menstrual-related disorder called endometriosis, studies show you are three times more likely to lose your pregnancy.
The top Chef host gave birth to Krishna Thea Lakshmi on Saturday February 20 in a New York City hospital. revealed that her pregnancy was pretty much a miracle because she has suffered from a condition called endometriosis, which often means a woman cannot bare children.
IL-1R2, the decoy form of the receptor has also been identified as deficient in human endometriosis, which is thought to be an IL-1β-induced pathology
Ms Leone said her medical condition, called endometriosis, was exacerbated by herbicides, pesticides and dioxins in the environment so she tried her best to avoid exposure.