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Progestins – beyond a class effect: The special role of Dienogest
Mueck Alfred

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New evidence for a special progestin: Clinical data for Dienogest
Strowitzki Thomas

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Inflammation and endometriosis

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Inflammation and endometriosis
Taylor Robert

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Association between GSTM1 gene polymorphism in Iranian patients with endometriosis

DGYE-2010-0045.R1[488775]

Mashayekhi, Farhad; Zahiri, Ziba; Hossien Zadeh, Zahra

Endometriosis is defined as a condition in which tissue histologically similar to the endometrium is found outside the uterine cavity. It develops mostly in women of reproductive age. Endometriosis shows a drastically elevated frequency in industrial areas. GSTM1 gene encodes a major detoxification phase enzyme that helps detoxify various xenobiotics. Deficiency in GSTM1 activity is caused by homozygous deletion of GSTM1 and leads to various biological consequences. more

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Peritoneal fluid leptin levels are increased but adiponectin levels are not changed in infertile patients with pelvic endometriosis

Yadav, Raj (contact); Pandey, Nitin; Kriplani, Alka; Lyngdoh, Basil; Mahapatra, Sushil – DGYE-2009-0208.R1[487585]

Objective: Endometriosis is a leading cause of infertility, and recent studies suggest that leptin and adiponectin may have a role in its causation and progression. This study assessed levels of leptin and adiponectin in serum and peritoneal fluid (PF) in patients with endometriosis and infertility. Design and setting: This cross-sectional study included women undergoing diagnostic and/or therapeutic laparoscopy for endometriosis with chief complaint of infertility. more

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Endometriosis-associated infertility: A decade’s trend study of women from the Estrie Region of Quebec, Canada

Aris, Aziz (contact); Paris, Krystel – DGYE-2009-0231.R1[487590]

Endometriosis has been believed to increase during the last years but recent data supporting this trend are lacking. The aim of this study was to verify whether the incidence of endometriosis, infertility and the both increased during the last 10 years among women living in the Estrie region of Quebec. more

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