Chiari-Frommel syndrome

Last revised by Andrew Murphy on 26 Apr 2022

Chiari-Frommel syndrome is a rare disease of young females that is exhibited by a lack of ovulation, lactation, and amenorrhea in post-partum patients for a period of greater than six months. Additional symptomatology comprises headache, abdominal pain, vision impairment, obesity, and emotional disturbance. Reduced muscle tone in the uterus was observed in patients with a prolonged disease process.

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