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  • Gynecologic proliferations of the appendix. [Journal Article]
    Hum Pathol 2019Noor M, Chen A, Gonzalez RS
  • Appendiceal endometriosis, endosalpingiosis, and decidual lesions have received little attention in the pathology literature, meaning their clinicopathologic features remain unclear. We identified 72 cases of appendiceal gynecologic proliferations with available slides. Clinical presentation was recorded when available, and histologic findings were correlated with clinical data. Cases included co…
  • Technical Verification and Assessment of Independent Validation of Biomarker Models for Endometriosis. [Journal Article]
    Biomed Res Int 2019; 2019:3673060O DF, Fassbender A, … D'Hooghe TM
  • There is a great need for a noninvasive diagnosis for endometriosis. Several biomarkers and biomarker panels have been proposed. Biomarker models consisting of CA-125, VEGF, Annexin V, and glycodelin/sICAM-1 were previously developed by our group. The objective of our current study was to assess the impact of technical and biological variability on the performance of those previously developed pr…
  • Thoracic Endometriosis Syndrome: A Review of Diagnosis and Management. [Review]
    JSLS 2019 Jul-Sep; 23(3)Nezhat C, Lindheim SR, … Nezhat C
  • CONCLUSIONS: TES can produce incapacitating symptoms for some patients. Symptoms of TES are nonspecific, so a high degree of clinical suspicion is warranted. Medical management represents the first-line treatment approach. When this fails or is contraindicated, definitive surgical treatment for cases of suspected TES uses a combined video laparoscopy performed by a gynecologic surgeon and video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery performed by a thoracic surgeon. Postoperative hormonal suppression may further reduce disease recurrence.
  • The endometrial immune environment of women with endometriosis. [Journal Article]
    Hum Reprod Update 2019Vallvé-Juanico J, Houshdaran S, Giudice LC
  • Endometriosis, a common oestrogen-dependent inflammatory disorder in women of reproductive age, is characterized by endometrial-like tissue outside its normal location in the uterus, which causes pelvic scarring, pain and infertility. While its pathogenesis is poorly understood, the immune system (systemically and locally in endometrium, pelvic endometriotic lesions and peritoneal fluid) is belie…
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