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Title: Adhesions and endometriosis: challenges in subfertility management : (An expert opinion of the ANGEL-The ANti-Adhesions in Gynaecology Expert PaneL-group).
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: Arch. Gynecol. Obstet..2016 08;(294)2:299-301
Abstract: There is molecular evidence that endometriosis has a negative impact on the ovaries, although the exact pathophysiology concerning endometriosis-associated subfertility is not known. The negative impact on the tubo-ovarian unit can be directly by distorting the anatomy, indirectly by invoking inflammation or by oxidative damage with poorer-quality oocytes. Endometriosis even seems to have a negative effect on pregnancy outcome after in vitro fertilization.
PMID: 26894304
Rights: openAccess
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