Recent advances in imaging have renewed interest in uterine adenomyosis. The disease can now be diagnosed before hysterectomy which has advanced our understanding of its clinical impact, such as its effect on fertility. This book will provide an in-depth reference to recent scientific advances in the pathophysiology of uterine adenomyosis. It will represent some of the most up-to date and authoritative work in the field. This book is aimed at specialist clinicians and postgraduates wishing to acquire in-depth understanding of adenomyosis, and will be an essential reading for research scientists who will find a distillation of an up-to-date critical reading of literature.
Only book available which exclusively covers uterine adenomyosis, oriented to clinicians and research scientists
Provides an in-depth reference on uterine adenomyosis, its pathophysiology and clinical impact
Provides a summary of all up-to-date literature on adenomyosis
This useful book examines the full spectrum of data available on uterine adenomyosis, covering early to modern literature. The authors look at the recent scientific advancements in the pathophysiology of this disease, giving the reader insight into its diagnosis before hysterectomy and its clinical impact on fertility.
Uterine Adenomyosis is an in-depth resource guide for the practicing gynecologist, post-graduate researcher and any medical professional or scientist seeking to broaden their understanding of adenomyosis.
1. History of Adenomyosis.- 2. The Incidence and Clinical Significance of Adenomyosis.- 3. The Pathophysiology of Adenomyosis.- 4. The Myometrium in Heath and Disease.- 5. The Role of the Myometrium in Adenomyosis.- 6. The Endometrium in Adenomyosis.- 7. The Animal Model of Adenomyosis.- 8. Improving the Preclinical Mouse Efficacy Studies of Adenomyosis.- 9. Adenomyosis and Ultrasound: the Role of Ultrasound and its Impact on Understanding the Disease.- 10. Adenomyosis and Endometrial Carcinoma.- 11. Myometrial Cystic Adenomyosis.- 12. Current Treatment for Adenomyosis.