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The Isolated Ovarian Endometrioma: a History between Myth and Reality - Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology



The Isolated Ovarian Endometrioma: a History between Myth and Reality 
Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology
Associated sonographic signs of pelvic endometriosis (adhesions, deep infiltrating endometriosis, and adenomyosis) were recorded, and a subgroup of patients (n = 50) underwent laparoscopic surgery within 3 months of TVS. Mean endometrioma diameter was ...

 


Extraperitoneal Para-Aortic Lymphadenectomy by Robot-Assisted Laparoscopy - Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology



Extraperitoneal Para-Aortic Lymphadenectomy by Robot-Assisted Laparoscopy 
Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology
Owing to obesity and pelvic adhesions from previous surgeries, the surgeon decided not to perform the para-aortic lymphadenectomy, and the patient underwent adjuvant treatment with radiotherapy, chemotherapy, and brachytherapy. The other case was also ...

 


Women's Excellence Now Diagnosis and Treating Women with Bladder Pain - The Daily Telescope



Women's Excellence Now Diagnosis and Treating Women with Bladder Pain 
The Daily Telescope
The most common causes of bladder pain associated with a pelvic condition include: Endometriosis, uterine fibroids, hydrosalpinx, enlarged uterus with adenomyosis, bowel adhesions (scar tissue), pelvic adhesions (scar tissue), and Interstitial Cystitis ...

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Why All Women Need to Know About PID - Brides.com



Brides.com
 
Why All Women Need to Know About PID 
Brides.com
Unfortunately, pelvic inflammatory disease can affect a woman's fertility, and according to the CDC, one in eight women who have had PID struggle to get pregnant. Schweizer explains, ?Scarring and adhesions can occur and cause infertility by causing ...

 


Gynecological Devices Market to be worth US$ 4.5 Billion by 2024 - Coherent News (press release) (blog)



Coherent News (press release) (blog)
 
Gynecological Devices Market to be worth US$ 4.5 Billion by 2024 
Coherent News (press release) (blog)
Endometriosis and infection in pelvic region can stimulate the formation of adhesions, which may lead to discomfort, chronic pain and infertility. Actamax Surgical Materials LLC (subsidiary of DSM Biomedical), submitted an Investigational Device ...

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Indian Market Report for Anti-Adhesion Products ? Healthcare, Healthcare Services, Wound Care Industries - MilTech



Indian Market Report for Anti-Adhesion Products ? Healthcare, Healthcare Services, Wound Care Industries 
MilTech
The majority of adhesions are asymptomatic; however, approximately 5% of adhesions result in severe symptoms such as pain, small bowel obstruction (SBO), range of motion restriction and/or infertility. While only 5% of adhesions result in symptoms ...

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Carla Cressy starts charity for endometriosis sufferers | Daily Mail ... - Daily Mail



Daily Mail
 
Carla Cressy starts charity for endometriosis sufferers | Daily Mail ... 
Daily Mail
Carla Cressy, 26, from Essex, suffers from frozen pelvis disease, a severe and rare side effect of endometriosis. Now she's launched 'Women With Endometriosis' to raise awareness.

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What is the difference between primary and secondary infertility? - TheHealthSite



TheHealthSite
 
What is the difference between primary and secondary infertility? 
TheHealthSite
In women the most common causes of secondary infertility are maternal age, as the health of the womb dips and the number of eggs also declines steadily, pelvic infections, endometriosis or complications from the previous delivery can also make it ...

 


Kalubowila Hospital & J'pura University on world map - The Sunday Times Sri Lanka



Kalubowila Hospital & J'pura University on world map 
The Sunday Times Sri Lanka
Dr. Silva says that earlier it was believed that a 'frozen pelvis' caused by severe endometriosis was inoperable. The thinking at that time was also that it was inoperable because it involved not only a woman's reproductive organs such as the ovaries ...

 


The 4 Stages of Endometriosis - Endometriosis News Today



Endometriosis News Today
 
The 4 Stages of Endometriosis 
Endometriosis News Today
There may be scarring and adhesions. Stage IV or severe stage: By this stage, the disease is actively infiltrating and affecting several organs in the pelvic region and the ovaries. This leads to side effects like distortion of the patient's anatomy ...