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Fibroids, endometriosis and functional ovarian cysts

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Fibroids, endometriosis and functional ovarian cysts
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Endoemtriotic glandular cells induce MMPs expression in endometrial stromal cells via a NFkB-dependent pathway

Zhao DGYE-2009-0072 [ID 436876] 5 pag

Objective: To explore stroma-epithelium interactions in endometriosis and to identify possible signaling pathways involved in this cross-talk.
Design: Laboratory study via primary cultured endometrial stromal and glandular cells. more

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Extended regimens for the treatment of endometriosis

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Extended regimens for the treatment of endometriosis Maia Hugo

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• June, 2010 •

Editorial

Welcome to our monthly meeting. It’s now June, which is the most appropriate month for the topics we are going to discuss in this issue. In fact, Juno, hence the name June, was the Roman goddess of pregnancy and motherhood, and she made reference to ancient Roman matrons who could not bear children. And then, what about her typical representation in sculpture or painting!! A young woman, beautiful but very “redundant” in the features, in the curves, in short, she was represented as the classic Mediterranean female…. Precisely Junoesque!
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