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Endometriosis in clinical practice /
edited by David Olive.
imprint
London : Taylor & Francis, 2005.
description
xi, 228 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 25 cm.
ISBN
1841843431 (hbk.)
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London : Taylor & Francis, 2005.
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1841843431 (hbk.)
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catalogue key
5313078
 
Includes bibliographical references.
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Endometriosis is on a worldwide increase and carries with it serious implications for women's reproductive health. Endometriosis in Clinical Practice brings together international experts to demonstrate what is known about the condition and the corresponding clinical implications for the patient suffering from it. Unlike many other books on this subject that are geared towards the patient or excessively focused on research, this one also answers the questions and meets the needs of the diagnosing physician. With the aid of color illustrations, the book highlights clinical topics such as epidemiology, assessment of health status, and endometriosis and ART. It covers everything you need to know about the disease, its diagnosis, and its management.
Bowker Data Service Summary
Endometriosis is an intriguing disease currently on the increase across the world, with serious implications for women's reproductive health. This text brings together international experts to demonstrate what can be said about the condition and the the clinical implications for patients suffering from it.
Table of Contents
List of Contributorsp. vii
Prefacep. xi
Normal cycling endometrium: molecular, cellular and histologic perspectivesp. 1
Endometriosis and implantationp. 13
The endometrium and angiogenesisp. 31
Epidemiology of endometriosisp. 49
Pathogenesis of endometriosisp. 61
Endometriosis is an inflammatory diseasep. 79
Cytokine regulationp. 89
Matrix metalloproteinases and endometriosisp. 105
The biology of endometriosis: aromatase and endometriosisp. 113
Animal modelsp. 119
Symptomsp. 133
Diagnosisp. 141
Assessing health status in endometriosisp. 161
Medical therapy of endometriosisp. 173
Surgical treatment of women with endometriosisp. 193
Assisted reproduction and endometriosisp. 205
Future directions in diagnosis and treatmentp. 215
Indexp. 221
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