Differences In Uterine Myoma Subserosa With Uterine Myoma And Adenomyosis.?
I want to ask, is the myoma subserosa with uterine myoma and adenomyosis the same or different? The explanation is yes. Thank you in advance
The uterine wall in general has 3 layers, from the inside out, namely the endometrium, myometrium, and perimetrium. Myoma uteri is a condition of a lump that grows in the uterus originating from the myometrial lining. In the uterine subserosa myoma, a lump grows out of the uterine wall until it protrudes on the outer surface of the uterus.
Symptoms of myoma include more or longer menstruation, menstrual pain, full stomach, and abdominal pain. Handling myoma can be with hormone therapy, myoma removal surgery, surgical removal of the uterus, uterine artery embolization, and endometrial ablation. Treatment options will be tailored to the patient's condition.
Uterine myoma and adenomyosis are doctor's diagnosis where there is a possibility of uterine myoma but can also be due to adenomyosis. To ensure the patient's condition, the doctor can carry out further examinations. Adenomyosis is a condition in which the endometrium layer grows to the myometrium. Normally the endometrium only lines the deepest part of the uterus.
The symptoms of adenomyosis are similar to myomas. Handling can also be done with hormonal therapy, surgery, and other measures such as myoma.
To ascertain the patient's condition caused by what, obstetricians can do anamnesis, physical examination, followed by supporting examinations such as ultrasound, blood tests, MRI, hysteroscopy, laparoscopy, and biopsy.
I suggest that you discuss again with the obstetrician who examined you about your current condition, further investigation is needed, as well as the best treatment options.
Hope it helps you,