Abstract

Endometrium, the normal lining mucosa of the uterus, is found in a variety of ectopic sites (Figures 19.1 and 19.2).10,25,2648,51 Some of the extrauterine locations in which it has been found include (in order of frequency): Ovaries (80% of all pelvic endometriosis) Fallopian tubes, uterus, and cul de sac Uterine ligaments8 Rectovaginal septum

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Obstet Gynecol Fallopian Tube Pelvic Lymph Node Endometrial Tissue Endometrioid Carcinoma 
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