Surgery for bladder endometriosis: long-term results and concomitant management of associated posterior deep lesions.

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BACKGROUND Deep infiltrating endometriosis (DIE) is presented as a disease with high recurrence risk. Bladder DIE is the most frequent location in cases of urinary endometriosis. Surgical removal has been recommended for bladder DIE but long-term outcomes remains unevaluated. The objectives of this study are to evaluate the rate of recurrence after partial… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/humrep/deq017

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@article{Chapron2010SurgeryFB, title={Surgery for bladder endometriosis: long-term results and concomitant management of associated posterior deep lesions.}, author={Charles Chapron and Antoine Bourret and Nicolas Chopin and Bertrand Dousset and Mahaut Leconte and Delphine Amsellem-Ouazana and Dominique de Ziegler and Bruno Borghese}, journal={Human reproduction}, year={2010}, volume={25 4}, pages={884-9} }