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  1. Overcoming Endometriosis: New Help from the Endometriosis Association by Mary Lou Ballweg, Endometriosis Association, et all 1987-10
  2. Endometriosis (Current Reviews in Obstetrics and Gynaecology) by Daniel T. O'Connor, 1987-03
  3. An Atlas of Endometriosis, Second Edition by Caroline Overton, 2002-03-28
  4. Endometriosis (Advances in Reproductive Endocrinology)
  5. Endometriosis and Other Disorders and Infections (World Congress on Fertility and Sterility Proceeding) by Eng-Soon Teoh, S. Shan Ratnam, 1988-06
  6. Endometrium and Endometriosis
  7. Endometriosis: Contemporary Concepts in Clinical Management
  8. Endometriosis: Emerging Research and Intervention Strategies (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences)
  9. Endometriosis: Lighting the Path by Angela Hankins Sachs, 2004-08-23
  10. Endometriosis: Advanced Management and Surgical Techniques
  11. Endometriosis; Key Q&A.(Disease/Disorder overview): An article from: NWHRC Health Center - Endometriosis by Gale Reference Team, 2007-03-05
  12. Endometriosis; Overview.: An article from: NWHRC Health Center - Endometriosis by Gale Reference Team, 2007-03-05
  13. Coping with Endometriosis (Overcoming Common Problems Series) by Mears, 2000-09
  14. Endometriosis; Lifestyle Tips.: An article from: NWHRC Health Center - Endometriosis by Gale Reference Team, 2007-03-05

81. Endometriosis Awareness Web Site
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82. EMJA: Endometriosis
Editorials. endometriosis. Kevin L Forbes. MJA 2002 177 (1) 67. endometriosisremains an enigma despite having been extensively studied.
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Home Issues Classifieds Contact ... Search PubMed for related articles Editorials Endometriosis Kevin L Forbes MJA Improving health outcomes for women with this enigmatic disease Endometriosis remains an enigma despite having been extensively studied. Its aetiology remains unclear, although there is a positive correlation with retrograde menstruation, probably with a background genetic predisposition. Traditionally, the symptoms of endometriosis are said to be pelvic pain and infertility, but, while a causal link between these symptoms and the disease is sometimes clear, the link is not always established. Treatment aimed at eliminating endometriotic deposits is effective in controlling symptoms in a proportion of patients, but recurrence is common. The diagnostic dilemma Endometriosis is considered difficult to diagnose because the extent of the disease (endometriotic deposits and scar tissue) does not correlate with symptoms. The only accepted diagnostic test is direct visualisation (usually laparoscopically) by an experienced surgeon. Arguably, as endometriosis can be diagnosed in up to 40% of menstruating women at laparoscopy

83. Answers To FAQs And Articles About Female Urinary Problems And Incontinence From
FAQs about voiding pain and difficulties, blood in urine, frequent urinary tract infections, nighttime urinary urgency and incontinence and the influence of fibroids and endometriosis on urinary function.
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84. EMedicine Health - Endometriosis Overview
endometriosis is a common disorder of the female reproductive organs and isthe leading cause of chronic pelvic pain in women. endometriosis, Overview,
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You are in: Women's Health Endometriosis Overview Endometriosis is a common disorder of the female reproductive organs and is the leading cause of chronic pelvic pain in women.
  • Some 5.5 million American women will experience problems with endometriosis. Studies indicate that endometriosis occurs in 10-33% of women aged 25-35 years. Half of young girls with chronic pelvic pain will have endometriosis. The average age at diagnosis is 27 years, but many women have symptoms for years before a certain diagnosis is made.
Last updated: Jan 12, 2004

85. Women's Reproductive Health Information
Provides information on all aspects of PCOS, endometriosis, fibroids, infertility, menopause and breast health. Medical resources as well as health experiences listed.
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86. BBC NEWS | Health | Medical Notes | Endometriosis
endometriosis is a painful, chronic disease that is estimated to affectup to 25% of all women. endometriosis. Surgery may be needed.
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Surgery may be needed Endometriosis is a painful, chronic disease that is estimated to affect up to 25% of all women. However, some experts believe the true figure is probably much higher. What is Endometriosis? Endometriosis occurs when the tissue which lines the uterus - the endometrium - is found elsewhere in the body. This can be in the abdomen, on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, bladder, bowel, vagina, cervix or vulva. Less commonly endometrial growths may also be found in the lung, arm or thigh. In the uterus, endometrial tissue builds up during the menstrual cycle, and then breaks down and sheds off during a period. This keeps the lining of the uterus healthy and ready to nourish a developing foetus. However, the when the tissue acts in the same way outside the uterus it can cause problems. Menstrual blood can be easily shed from the uterus, not from elsewhere in the body. This can result in internal bleeding and inflammation.

87. This Page Has Moved
The endometriosis Pavilion is for the people who suffer with and treat endometriosis. It provides resources that are available for women, their loved ones, and medical professionals interested in living with and conquering endometriosis.
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88. Endometriosis
Health Information for Teens. A Guide to endometriosis in Teens. To findthe meaning What is endometriosis? endometriosis is a condition
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Health Information for Teens
A Guide to Endometriosis in Teens To find the meaning of the underlined words, just click on the word to go to the glossary. To get back to the text from the glossary, please click the "Back" button on the top of your screen. What is endometriosis? Endometriosis is a condition that occurs when tissue similar to the lining of the uterus is found outside its normal location. Common locations of endometrial implants include the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and ligaments that support the uterus and tissue covering the bladder and rectum . The location of the endometrial implants and the way in which the lesions affect the pelvic organs contribute to the symptoms adolescent and adult women may have. Some teens have a lot of endometriosis and have very little pain, while others who have a small amount of endometriosis have severe pain. While we don't know what causes endometriosis, we do know the pain experienced by teens is very real. What are the symptoms of endometriosis? Endometriosis causes different symptoms in young women. Occasional or constant

89. Endometriosis Article
Dr. Vasquez provides a comprehensive article about endometriosis.He discusses the possible causes of endometriosis, myths about
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The care of endometriosis requires accurate diagnosis and effective treatment. At least 5.5 million women in the United States and millions more around the world are affected with endometriosis. The symptoms, including pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, and low-grade fever, can be severe.
Controversy still exists concerning the optimal treatment of endometriosis and their related pain and infertility. Surgical intervention has been the preferred mode of therapy. Multiple reasons for the surgical approach have been invoqued: a) it is the only way to make a histologic diagnosis b) the diagnosis is made and surgical therapy is easily accomplished simultaneously c) it allows the patient fast control of her symptoms e) it also increases conception rates without resorting to prolonged and expensive medical therapy (usually required for 6 months). Conservative surgical treatment is indicated in women of reproductive age.
ENDOMETRIOSIS: THE DISEASE
Endometriosis is a progressive, often debilitating disease that affects 10-35% of women during their reproductive years. Among gynecologic disorders, endometriosis is second only to leiomyomata in frequency and accounts for 25% of all laparotomies performed by gynecologists. Endometriosis may significantly impair health, quality of life, and fertility.

90. IVF Queensland - Sunshine Coast
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91. Endometriosis Articles
Dysmenorrhea is Related to the Number of Implants in endometriosis Patients, MariaMenna Perper, PhD, Ceana H. Nezhat, MD, Farr Nezhat, MD, Camran Nezhat, MD
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Clinical Articles on Endometriosis (Click on a title to read the Abstract) Dysmenorrhea is Related to the Number of Implants in Endometriosis Patients, Maria Menna Perper, PhD, Ceana H. Nezhat, MD, Farr Nezhat, MD, Camran Nezhat, MD, Harris Goldstein, MD, Fertility and Sterility, 1995;63:500-3 Videolaseroscopy for the Treatment Endometriosis Associated with Infertility Camran Nezhat, MD, Scott Crowgey, MD, Farr Nezhat, MD; Fertility and Sterility, 51:237, 1989 Videolaparoscopy and Videolaseroscopy: Alternatives to Surgery? Camran Nezhat, MD, Wendy K. Winer, RN, Farr Nezhat, MD, Ceana Nezhat, MD; The Female Patient, Vol 13, 9/88 Urinary Tract Endometriosis Treated by Laparoscopy Camran Nezhat, MD, Fariba Nasserbakht, MD, Farr Nezhat, MD, Maurizio Rosati, MD, Ceana H. Nezhat, MD, Daniel S. Seidman, MD; Surgical Treatment of Endometriosis Via Laser Laparoscopy Camran Nezhat, MD, Scott R. Crowgey, MD, Charles P. Garrison, MD; Surgery for Endometriosis, O A Simplified Method of Laparoscopic Presacral Neurectomy for the Treatment of Central Pelvic Pain Due to Endometriosis, Camran Nezhat, MD, Farr Nezhat, MD; Severe Endometriosis and Operative Laparoscopy Current Opinion in Obstetrics in Gynecology, 1995, 7:299-306

92. The S.H.E Trust - Simply Holistic Endometriosis
Information for endometriosis sufferers about alternative therapies available.
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93. Endometriosis
endometriosis. endometriosis However, sometimes no signs or symptoms arefound. endometriosis can be found anywhere outside the uterus. It
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Endometriosis Endometriosis, the presence of endometrial tissue (lining cells of the uterus) outside the uterine cavity, can be found both inside and outside the uterus. When found inside the myometrium, muscle tissue of the uterus, it is called adenomyosis. The age range of this condition is anytime during the womanÂ’s reproductive life. In other words, from puberty to menopause. Adenomyosis can cause heavy bleeding, severe cramping during periods and an enlarged, boggy uterus which is tender on pelvic examination. However, sometimes no signs or symptoms are found. Endometriosis can be found anywhere outside the uterus. It is most often found on the pelvic organs, including ovaries, fallopian tubes, surface of the uterus, and ligaments supporting and surrounding the uterus. It can also be found on the bowel, bladder and almost any other organ in the body. The cause of endometriosis is unclear and has been debated for years. There does seem to be a family tendency for the disease. About 20% of women have a relative with endometriosis. Endometriosis can cause pelvic pain, severe menstrual cramping, painful intercourse, premenstrual staining, heavy periods, diarrhea, blood in the urine and stool, and infertility. Many times even severe endometriosis causes no symptoms at all. It is often found during an infertility evaluation.

94. Endometriosis - Symptoms And Treatment Including Surgery
BUPA health factsheet endometriosis is misplaced endometrial tissue outsidethe uterus, the most common symptom is menstrual pain. endometriosis.
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December, 2002 Download this factsheet Many women experience painful periods. In a minority of cases, this can be caused by endometriosis, a condition in which small pieces of the endometrium (womb lining) grow outside the womb. Endometriosis occurs in 1-15% of women of childbearing age. In many women it causes no symptoms, but in others it can cause severe pain and may reduce the chances of becoming pregnant.
What is endometriosis?
During the menstrual cycle the lining of the uterus (womb), known as the endometrium, gradually thickens and fills with blood as it prepares for the arrival of a fertilised egg. If the egg is not fertilised, the uterus lining breaks down and is lost as the monthly period. Sometimes small pieces of endometrium grow on organs outside the uterus. This is called endometriosis. The endometriosis goes through the same monthly changes as the uterus lining; sometimes swelling and bleeding into the body cavity, which can cause inflammation and pain. Rubbery bands of scar tissue, called adhesions, may form. These can attach organs and tissues together and affect surrounding organs.

95. Womens Surgery Group;Endometriosis:Endometriosis Symptom, Symptom Of Endometrios
Detailed information about endometriosis and its treatment.
http://womenssurgerygroup.com/conditions/Endometriosis/overview.asp
Endometriosis is an enigmatic disease affecting about 7% of reproductive-aged women -approximately 5 million Americans. Although they may suffer significant symptoms ranging from pelvic pain to infertility, most of these women do not know that they have endometriosis,. Physicians' understanding of (1) the clinical presentation of endometriosis, (2) its proper diagnosis and staging, and (3) the management of its sequele have improved dramatically over the past few years. The result has been better, more cost-effective patient care. Definition
Endometriosis is the presence of endometrial tissue (normally found only on the inside of the uterus) in locations outside the uterus. This tissue reacts to estrogen and progesterone. The usual location is in the pelvis (on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, or bladder), but endometriosis has also been found in sites outside the pelvis (including omentum, small intestine, appendix, anterior abdominal wall, surgical scars, diaphragm, lung, urinary tract, and musculoskeletal and neural systems). This endometrial tissue reacts to hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle, just as endometrial tissue lining the inside of the uterus reacts during the normal ovulatory cycle. Prevalence and Incidence
The prevalence and incidence of endometriosis depends on the population of women being studied, ranging from 1 to 50%. It has been reported to occur in 10 - 15% of women undergoing diagnostic laparoscopy, 2 - 5% of women undergoing tubal sterilization, 30 -40% of infertile women having laparoscopy, and 14 - 53% of women with pelvic pain.

96. A Woman Guide To Endometriosis
References. Introduction What is endometriosis? Symptoms of endometriosis.Symptoms in patients with endometriosis are extremely variable.
http://www.biol.napier.ac.uk/BWS/courses/projects/endometriosis/doc1.htm
UNDERSTANDING ENDOMETRIOSIS A Woman's Guide to Endometriosis By Vicki Plank Endometriosis, a baffling and mysterious disease. What is endometriosis? Epidemiology Symptoms of endometriosis The female reproductive organs ... References Introduction - What is Endometriosis? Many women suffer from a variety of pelvic complaints that are often difficult to explain and understand. Doctors frequently investigate incorrectly, misdiagnose and treat inappropriately. We are now beginning to realise, albeit slowly, that a condition known as endometriosis can be the invisible, underlying cause of many sufferings (Hawkridge, 1989.) The definition of endometriosis may seem to be deceptively simple: 'the presence of functional endometrial tissue outside the uterine cavity' however there is more to it. Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb, the endometrium, is also found in places outside the womb, the uterus. It can be found on the ligament supports of the uterus and nearby organs such as the ovaries, bladder and bowel. It can sometimes also be found in more distant organs, such as the lungs or navel. Endometriosis can appear as spots or patches called implants, or as cysts on the ovary. In mild cases of endometriosis, there may be only a few isolated implants, while in others the disease may be present throughout the pelvis. Endometriosis irritates surrounding tissues and can produce web-like scar tissue known as adhesions. The scar tissue can bind any of the pelvic organs to one another and in severe cases cover them completely

97. Women First - Endometriosis
Overview of symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment options and possible future treatments.
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99. The Southeastern Center For Fertility And Reproductive Surgery
A center for infertility care, IVF, tubal reversal, endometriosis, and hormonal disorders. Located in Knoxville, Tennessee.
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Welcome to the Southeastern Fertility Center's Home Page The Southeastern Fertility Center is proud to offer this site as an information resource for couples coping with the difficulties of infertility. Just as our center provides the most advanced treatment for our patients, this site will provide the most recent and accurate medical information concerning infertility and reproductive surgery. Located in Knoxville, Tennessee, the Southeastern Fertility Center specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of male and female infertility problems. Under the direction of Jeffrey A. Keenan M.D., F.A.C.O.G. , our patients receive the highest quality medical care available in the region. Dr. Keenan is one of the most experienced and respected specialists in infertility and reproductive medicine and surgery. This site will be updated on a regular basis to ensure that visitors are receiving only up to date information. If you wish to schedule an appointment at the Southeastern Fertility Center or have questions, please call or use our email link.
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100. Endometriosis
endometriosis. endometriosis is a relatively common condition thatcan cause significant pain and suffering. At the other end of
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Endometriosis
Endometriosis is a relatively common condition that can cause significant pain and suffering. At the other end of the scale, it can exist without any sign of its presence. Overall, between 3-10% of women aged between 15-45 years have endometriosis. In women who have difficulties conceiving, this is rises to about 25-35%. It used to be believed that the disease is more common in goal-orientated, professional women over the age of 30, but this misconception is now well disproven. It does not usually occur before puberty (though it has been reported), and it can present for the first time in women who have already had children. Further information can be found on the pages below:
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What exactly is endometriosis and what problems can it cause? Diagnosis
How do I find out if I've got endometriosis? Treatments
An overview of treatment options available. Drug treatment
A detailed description of the various drugs used to treat endometriosis. Surgical treatment
Laparoscopy and open surgery options, treatment results and recurrence risks.

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