Bladder Endometriosis

Bladder Endometriosis By Demet Candaş Green

Bladder endometriosis is rare – about 1-2% of women with endometriosis may have endometrial lesions in their urinary tract. Diagnosis of bladder endometriosis is difficult because of its nonspecific symptoms such as frequent urination, pelvic pain, and burning sensation when…

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Antimullerian Hormone, endometrioma and ovarian reserve

Antimullerian Hormone, endometrioma and ovarian reserve By Selma Oransay

Younis et al. from Baruch-Padeh Medical Center, Poriya, Israel, designed a review study on ovarian reserve alterations before and after endometrioma surgery that recently documented in "Human Reproduction Update". The authors examined the electronic databases of articles published between January…

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A How-To Guide for Endometriosis Surgery

A How-To Guide for Endometriosis Surgery By Kasthuri Nair

The European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE), ESHRE, and the World Endometriosis Society (WES) recently published a document titled “Recommendations for the surgical treatment of endometriosis—part 1: ovarian endometriomas.” This publication provides surgeons with recommendations for the technical aspects of…

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Cystectomy More Likely to Cause Infertility than Laparoscopic Vaporization

Cystectomy More Likely to Cause Infertility than Laparoscopic Vaporization By Özge Özkaya

Treating patients with endometriotic ovarian cysts using laparoscopic vaporization may be better than treating them with cystectomy, or the surgical removal of cysts, regarding fertility. This information is according to a study conducted by Japanese scientists and published in the Asian…

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