EFA’s Sixth Annual Medical Conference: Ending Endometriosis Starts at the Beginning
Müllerianosis: Embryonic Endometriosis, Adenomyosis, Endosalpingiosis and Endocervicosis
Ronald Batt, MD
Lone Hummelshøj: He is my friend, a true pioneer in endometriosis and one of the two keynote speakers this morning, Dr. Ronald Batt who is the Professor of Gynecology at the University of Buffalo where he has been on the full-time faculty since 1993. In 2004 he received the Ortho-McNeil Fellowship from the ACOG in the History of American Obstetrics and Gynecology. This lead to the first scholarly history of endometriosis in 150 years, the book called “A History of Endometriosis”.
And now I am going to go to the infomercial; the proceeds of this book are donated to the World Endometriosis Society to pay for young medical students to go to the World Congresses on Endometriosis. Thank you for that.
Following years of research Dr. Batt and his colleagues published the theory of müllerianosis in 2007 and it is this topic that he is going to address this morning in his talk on the Theory of Müllerianosis: Odyssey of Discovery and Verification, Dr. Batt.
Thank you Lone. Ladies and gentlemen, I do not know why,…
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