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PERFORATING HEMORRHAGIC (CHOCOLATE) CYSTS OF THE OVARY: THEIR IMPORTANCE AND ESPECIALLY THEIR RELATION TO PELVIC ADENOMAS OF ENDOMETRIAL TYPE (ADENOMYOMA OF THE UTERUS, RECTOVAGINAL SEPTUM, SIGMOID,
The serious, though unusual, hemorrhage of ovarian origin into the peritoneal cavity simulating ruptured tubal pregnancy is well known to every abdominal surgeon, even though he may have encounteredExpand
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The development of the implantation theory for the origin of peritoneal endometriosis
Abstract In studying the pathogenesis of ovarian and other forms of peritoneal endometriosis, one must not lose sight of the important role evidently played by patency of the tubes. At times, duringExpand
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Heterotopic or misplaced endometrial tissue
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History of Gynecological Pathology
John Hammond Teacher (Fig. 1) was born in 1869 in Glasgow, the city in which he was educated and spent most of his professional career. He was the son of William Teacher, a well-known figure inExpand
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INTESTINAL ADENOMAS OF ENDOMETRIAL TYPE: THEIR IMPORTANCE AND THEIR RELATION TO OVARIAN HEMATOMAS OF ENDOMETRIAL TYPE (PERFORATING HEMORRHAGIC CYSTS OF THE OVARY)
In a recent article I stated that I 1 believed that perforating hemorrhagic (chocolate) cysts of the ovary were hematomas of endometrial type, and that at the time of the perforation of the cyst someExpand
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Implantation Peritoneal Carcinomatosis of Ovarian Origin.
  • J. Sampson
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of pathology
  • 1 September 1931
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