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Adenomyosis at 10x

Due to the nature of adenomyosis, which generally affects scattered areas of the uterine wall, the condition is not suitable for localized surgery. Instead, a complete hysterectomy is usually the treatment of choice, estimates indicating that the procedure is 80 percent effective in eliminating common symptoms of adenomyosis. However, depending on the severity of the specific symptoms and the reproductive intentions of the patient, other treatments may be recommended.

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