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Adenomyosis.

The clinical diagnosis of adenomyosis is elusive but should be suspected in women who complain of abnormal uterine bleeding or dysmenorrhea and have a regular but enlarged uterus. The use of newer diagnostic imaging modalities and recent research on myometrial biopsies should enable the clinician to arrive at a definite preoperative diagnosis and offer the patient treatment tailored to her needs.

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