An adenomyotic cyst is an extremely rare variation of cystic adenomyosis. The lesion consists of a large hemorrhagic cyst, which is partly or entirely surrounded by a solid wall. It can be entirely within the myometrium, submucosal, or subserosal and frequently is associated with symptoms of menorrhagia and dysmenorrhea.
- uterine leiomyoma with haemorrhagic degeneration
- uterine duplicational anomaly complicated haematometra in on horn
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