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Adhesions and endometriosis: challenges in subfertility management (An expert opinion of the ANGEL-The ANti-Adhesions in Gynaecology Expert PaneL-group)

Adhesions and endometriosis: challenges in subfertility management (An expert opinion of the ANGEL-The ANti-Adhesions in Gynaecology Expert PaneL-group)
Adhesions and endometriosis: challenges in subfertility management (An expert opinion of the ANGEL-The ANti-Adhesions in Gynaecology Expert PaneL-group)
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.
adhesion, endometriosis, subfertility management, adhesion prophylactic agents
0932-0067
299-301
de Wilde, R.L.
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Alvarez, J.
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Brolmann, H.
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Campo, R.
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Cheong, Y.
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Lundorff, P.
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Pwelczyk, L.
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Roman, H.
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di Spiezio Sardo, A.
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Wallwiener, M.
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de Wilde, R.L.
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Alvarez, J.
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Brolmann, H.
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Campo, R.
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Cheong, Y.
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Lundorff, P.
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Pwelczyk, L.
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Roman, H.
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Wallwiener, M.
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de Wilde, R.L., Alvarez, J., Brolmann, H., Campo, R., Cheong, Y., Lundorff, P., Pwelczyk, L., Roman, H., di Spiezio Sardo, A. and Wallwiener, M. (2016) Adhesions and endometriosis: challenges in subfertility management (An expert opinion of the ANGEL-The ANti-Adhesions in Gynaecology Expert PaneL-group). Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 294 (2), 299-301. (doi:10.1007/s00404-016-4049-2). (PMID:26894304)

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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.

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Accepted/In Press date: 11 February 2016
e-pub ahead of print date: 19 February 2016
Published date: August 2016
Keywords: adhesion, endometriosis, subfertility management, adhesion prophylactic agents
Organisations: Human Development & Health

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Local EPrints ID: 389650
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/389650
ISSN: 0932-0067
PURE UUID: d508cea6-c43d-466d-9ce7-81e3122b2b63
ORCID for Y. Cheong: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-7687-4597

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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2016 16:06
Last modified: 15 Aug 2019 00:41

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Author: R.L. de Wilde
Author: J. Alvarez
Author: H. Brolmann
Author: R. Campo
Author: Y. Cheong ORCID iD
Author: P. Lundorff
Author: L. Pwelczyk
Author: H. Roman
Author: A. di Spiezio Sardo
Author: M. Wallwiener

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