Adel Shervin - Endometrioma

Adel Shervin - Endometrioma

EFA’s Sixth Annual Medical Conference: Ending Endometriosis Starts at the Beginning

Bladder Endometriosis

Adel Shervin, MD

 

Thank you Harry very much. Tamer, thank you and congratulations for such a wonderful organization I appreciate that.

 

Where I come from we see a lot of endometriosis and very extensive as a matter of fact. As we can see surgical management of endometriosis has been extensively scrutinized in Europe in the past few years creating a lot of controversies and contradictions and you cannot image how…it is. This is just some of it. The most contentious area has been the outcome of IVF after surgical removal of endometrioma claiming that there is a decreased number outside, lower implantation and fertilization rate. Then you can go to contradictory articles and publications but the bottom line is that a true meta-analysis that was in 2009 and 2012 it really did not justify this claim and I do not think there is really a stand to be true. But I think the main reason for all these controversies and contradictions is the mere fact that we have a limited knowledge and research about the area of pathophysiology of the disease.

 

I think as…

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