Table of Contents

pt. 1. History, epidemiology, and economics.
pt. 2. Pathogenesis.
pt. 3. Disease characterization.
pt. 4. Biological basis and pathophysiology of endometriosis.
pt. 5. Models of endometriosis.
pt. 6. Diagnosis of endometriosis.
pt. 7. Medical therapies for pain.
pt. 8. Surgical therapies for pain.
pt. 9. Infertility and endometriosis.
pt. 10. Associated disorders.
Written by an internationally well-known editor team, Endometriosis: Science and Practice is a state-of-the-art guide to this surprisingly common disease. While no cause for endometriosis has been determined, information of recent developments are outlined in this text, offering insight to improve management of symptoms medically or surgically. The first of its kind, this major textbook integrates scientific and clinical understanding of this painful disease helping to provide better patient care.
Evers, Johannes Leonardus Henricus;Giudice, Linda;Healy, D. L