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Abnormally thickened endometrium (differential)

Abnormally thickened endometrium on imaging may occur for a number of reasons which may be categorised by whether or not they are related to pregnancy. Aetiologies may also classified by whether the patient is premenopausal or postmenopausal.

Pregnancy related
Non-pregnancy related
Practical points

Endometrial thickness in the secretory phase (days 14-28) may normally be up to 12-16 mm (see: endometrial thickness).​

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