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The presence of benign endometrial glandular tissue within the uterine muscle, often associated with symptoms such as pelvic pain and excessive menstrual bleeding.
Early 20th century; earliest use found in Progressive Medicine. From scientific Latin adenomyosis (in adenomyosis uteri; from adeno- + myo- + -osis + classical Latin uterī, genitive singular of uterus).
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