Immune aspects of endometriosis: relevance of the uterine mucosal immune system.

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Endometriosis is classically defined as the growth of endometrial cells at sites outside the uterus. It is a common disease characterized by infertility, chronic pain and adhesion formation. Immune dysregulation, evidenced by decreased clearance of endometrial cells and aberrant production of cytokines by peritoneal fluid leukocytes, has been proposed as a… (More)

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