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  • Classification Systems for Adenomyosis. [Journal Article]
    J Minim Invasive Gynecol 2019Munro MG
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is inconsistency in histopathological definitions, and there is no uniformly accepted or validated system of image-based reporting or classification that can inform clinical decision making. There exists a need for harmonized classification systems for both ultrasound and MRI that comport with the histopathological features of the disorder.
  • Advanced uterine adenosarcoma with sarcomatous overgrowth in a young woman: A case report. [Journal Article]
    Medicine (Baltimore) 2019; 98(47):e18119Wang B, Yang HD, … Li H
  • CONCLUSIONS: Review of the case indicated that history of long-term oral short-acting contraceptives and giant endometrial polyps may be the high-risk factors for UA. For patients with high-risk factors, the follow-up ultrasound scan should be more frequently conducted. Moreover, 3D-ultrasound, MRI and outpatient hysteroscopy are recommended for routine screening. Placement of levonorgestrel-releasing intra-uterine system after hysteroscopy may be an effective intervention for patients with a high risk of giant polyps. Cluster of Differentiation 10, Estrogen receptor, Progesterone receptor, and nuclear antigen may be predictors for prognosis and selection of individualized treatment program.
  • Uterine anomalies and endometriosis: an overview. [Journal Article]
    Minerva Med 2019Freytag D, Mettler L, … Alkatout I
  • CONCLUSIONS: The analysis of the existing literature has revealed the absence of any consensus about the management, diagnosis, and classification of CUA, especially with regard to the septate uterus. We need to find and speak a common language in order to avoid inappropriate or unnecessary surgery and optimize the individual patient's treatment. The combined presence of endometriosis or adenomyosis and CUA is a reason to perform precise diagnostic imaging investigations and early surgery for the purpose of enhancing the chances of pregnancy in infertile patients. Further research is needed on the subject.
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