Adenomyosis and endometriosis. Re-visiting their association and further insights into the mechanisms of auto-traumatisation. An MRI study

@inproceedings{Leyendecker2014AdenomyosisAE,
  title={Adenomyosis and endometriosis. Re-visiting their association and further insights into the mechanisms of auto-traumatisation. An MRI study},
  author={Gerhard Prof. Dr. Leyendecker and A. Bilgicyildirim and M. Inacker and T. Stalf and Peter E. Huppert and Gerhard Mall and Bettina B{\"o}ttcher and Ludwig Wildt},
  booktitle={Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics},
  year={2014}
}
AbstractPurposeIn a series of publications, we had developed the concept that uterine adenomyosis and pelvic endometriosis as well as endometriotic lesions at distant sites of the body share a common pathophysiology with endometriosis constituting a secondary phenomenon. Uterine auto-traumatization and the initiation of the mechanism of tissue injury and repair (TIAR) were considered the primary events in the disease process. The present MRI study was undertaken (1) to corroborate this concept… CONTINUE READING
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