Endometriose

  • Freimut A. Leidenberger

Zusammenfassung

Unter Endometriose versteht man das Vorkommen von endometrialen Drüsen und Stroma an unphysiologischen, d. h. extrauterinen Lokalisationen. Wegen ihrer Häufigkeit in der weiblichen Bevölkerung, insbesondere aber in Subpopulationen, beispielsweise sterilen Frauen, ist die Endometriose eine in der Praxis wichtige Erkrankung. Eine der Unterscheidungsmerkmale der verschiedenen Endometrioseformen ist die Lokalisation.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Freimut A. Leidenberger
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut für Hormon- und FortpflanzungsforschungHamburg 50Deutschland

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