Amenorrhoea
Amenorrhoea A*men`or*rh[oe]"a, n. [Gr. 'a priv. + ? month + ? to flow: cf. F. am['e]norrh['e]e.] (Med.) Retention or suppression of the menstrual discharge. [1913 Webster]

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  • Amenorrhoea — DiseaseDisorder infobox Name = Amenorrhoea ICD10 = ICD10|N|91|0|n|80 ICD10|N|91|2|n|80 ICD9 = ICD9|626.0 Amenorrhoea (BE), amenorrhea (AmE), or amenorrhœa, is the absence of a menstrual period in a woman of reproductive age. Physiologic states of …   Wikipedia

  • amenorrhoea — n. the absence or stopping of the menstrual periods. It is normal for the periods to be absent before puberty, during pregnancy and milk secretion, and after the end of the reproductive period (see menopause). In primary amenorrhoea the menstrual …   Medical dictionary

  • amenorrhoea — n. the absence or stopping of the menstrual periods. It is normal for the periods to be absent before puberty, during pregnancy and milk secretion, and after the end of the reproductive period (see menopause). In primary amenorrhoea the menstrual …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • amenorrhoea — noun /əˌmɛnəˈɹiːə/ Absence of menstrual discharge …   Wiktionary

  • amenorrhoea — n. absence of menstruation …   English contemporary dictionary

  • amenorrhoea — [əˌmɛnə ri:ə] (US amenorrhea) noun an abnormal absence of menstruation …   English new terms dictionary

  • amenorrhoea — amen·or·rhoea …   English syllables

  • amenorrhoea — UK [ˌeɪmenəˈrɪə] / US noun [uncountable] medical a medical condition in which a woman who is not pregnant does not menstruate (= produce a flow of blood once a month) …   English dictionary

  • amenorrhoea — /əmɛnəˈrɪə/ (say uhmenuh rear), /eɪ / (say ay ) noun absence of menstruation. Also, amenorrhea. {a 6 + meno + (r)rhoea} Usage: See note at oe …   Australian English dictionary

  • amenorrhoea —   n. abnormal absence or arrest of menstruation …   Dictionary of difficult words

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