endometriosis

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The growth of functional endometrial tissue in anatomic sites outside the uterine body. It most often occurs in the pelvic organs.
Aliases
  • endometriosis
  • endometriosis
  • Endometriosis (clinical)
  • endometriosis (disease)
  • Endometriosis (disorder)
  • Endometriosis (morphologic abnormality)
  • ENDOMETRIOSIS NEC
  • Endometriosis NOS
  • Endometriosis NOS (disorder)
  • Endometriosis of other specified sites
  • Endometriosis, site unspecified
Studies related to Endometriosis Advanced search
Altered Composition of Microbiota in Women with Ovarian Endometrioma: Microbiome Analyses of Extracellular Vesicles in the Peritoneal Fluid
Antibiotic therapy with metronidazole reduces endometriosis disease progression in mice: a potential role for gut microbiota
Associations Between Endometriosis and Gut Microbiota
Correlation of fecal metabolomics and gut microbiota in mice with endometriosis
Effect of endometriosis on the fecal bacteriota composition of mice during the acute phase of lesion formation
Endometriosis induces gut microbiota alterations in mice
Gut microbiota imbalance and its correlations with hormone and inflammatory factors in patients with stage 3/4 endometriosis
Inflammatory cytokines IL-6, IL-10, IL-13, TNF-α and peritoneal fluid flora were associated with infertility in patients with endometriosis
Microbiome of the lower genital tract in Chinese women with endometriosis by 16s-rRNA sequencing technique: a pilot study
Microbiome Profile of Deep Endometriosis Patients: Comparison of Vaginal Fluid, Endometrium and Lesion
Microbiota composition and distribution along the female reproductive tract of women with endometriosis
Molecular detection of intrauterine microbial colonization in women with endometriosis
Molecular detection of microbial colonization in cervical mucus of women with and without endometriosis
The Endobiota Study: Comparison of Vaginal, Cervical and Gut Microbiota Between Women with Stage 3/4 Endometriosis and Healthy Controls
The role of the vaginal microbiome in distinguishing female chronic pelvic pain caused by endometriosis/adenomyosis
The Vaginal Microbiome as a Tool to Predict rASRM Stage of Disease in Endometriosis: a Pilot Study