OSSEOUS METAPLASIA OF ENDOMETRIUM —A RARE CAUSE OF MENOMETRORRHAGIA

Authors

  • Saadia Fawad

Abstract

Osseous metaplasia is a rare disorder of endometrium in which a bone is formed from a different tissueinside the same individual. It is not generally applicable to the persistence of embryonic or foetal boneresulting in calcification or ossification. Most common presentation of osseous metaplasia of bone isinfertility usually secondary. A case of osseous metaplasia as a cause of memetrorrhagia as a rare entityis presented.

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Published

2012-03-01