Angiomatosis of the Uterus in a Young Female Presenting with Heavy Menstrual Bleeding


Wei Ling Yeoh

Angiomatosis is a vascular malformation characterized by a diffuse network of variably sized blood vessels involving multiple tissue planes. It is known to affect skin, deep soft tissue, bone and is often clinically extensive. Angiomatosis of the uterus is extremely rare with a paucity of literature describing this phenomenon. We present an unexpected case of angiomatosis of the uterus and cervix in a young female presenting with menorrhagia. of the uterus is a rare and benign condition. This finding is significant as it has not been previously reported in the literature and highlights the importance of maintaining a broad differential for excessive menstrual bleeding in a young, otherwise healthy, patient.