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- n. inflammation of the endometrium
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- n. Inflammation of the endometrium.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In pathology, inflammation of the endometrium.
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- n. inflammation of the lining of the uterus (of the endometrium)
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Among the more common reasons are hormone imbalance caused by your body secreting too much estrogen or not enough progesterone; the effects of hormone pills; fibroids; polyps; adenomyosis (see page 209); infection; abnormal growth of the uterine lining (endometrium); chronic endometritis (inflammation or infection of the lining of the uterus); and thyroid hormonal changes.
The causes of miscarriages are many: Disease of the embryo, imperfect fetal development, some constitutional disease of the mother, a faulty position of the uterus, or it may result from something unusual about the lining of the uterus such as an endometritis -- an inflammation of the mucus membrane.
(_Medical Standard_, Dec., 1896), considers that unsatisfied sexual desire is an important cause of catarrhal endometritis.
From an examination it appeared that a neglected lacerated cervix during the birth of the last child had given rise to endometritis, and for a year the patient had suffered from severe menorrhagia, for which she was subsequently treated.
If the healthy ovule is formed, and passes into the uterus, the latter does not allow its imbedding, on account of severe endometritis, profuse secretion, etc.
She had been married at the age of twenty-two, and since the birth of her last child had suffered much from various uterine troubles, described to me by her medical attendant as 'ulceration, perimetritis, and endometritis.'
The bacteria or the LPS caused PID or endometritis in mice when infused into the uterus in vivo.
Joop K, Sturk A, Bols PE, Lohuis JA (2000) Relationship between intra-uterine bacterial contamination, endotoxin levels and the development of endometritis in postpartum cows with dystocia or retained placenta.
(PID; metritis) or endometritis affects ∼ 40% of cattle after parturition.
Schuberth HJ, Engelke F, Frank J, Klug E, et al. (2003) Development and comparison of in vivo and in vitro models for endometritis in cows and mares.