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How is adenomyosis diagnosed?

A doctor may consider a diagnosis of adenomyosis based on signs and symptoms. An ultrasound and even magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be used to visualize the uterus. The most definitive diagnosis, however, is accomplished by looking at the cells under a microscope after complete removal of the uterus has been done.

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