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Video Lecture on Bowel Endometriosis

This is a recorded lecture at the 1st meeting of the Young APAGE group with APAGE and BMIS Bowel endometriosis is one of the most difficult forms of endometriosis to treat. It mostly affects the rectum and sigmoid colon but it can also affect the appendix and small...

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PAIN … More than just a four letter word

Pain is defined as an obnoxious sensory and emotional experience associated with tissue damage or inflammation or both. It may be acute pain (protective) or chronic pain ( all pervasive and destructive). WHY DO WE HAVE PAIN?   It is an unpleasant but...

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ENDOMETRIOSIS DIET

Women with endometriosis are frequently misdiagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), crohn's or ulcerative for some time before a correct diagnosis is made. Visceral hypersensitivity is a key feature in both conditions. A connection between dietary factors and...

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Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy for Endometriosis

The implants of endometriosis create an environment of inflammation, scar tissue and adhesions within the pelvic and abdominal cavity. This affects the neuromusculoskeletal system and results in the formation of myofascial trigger points within the pelvis, hip, back...

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Peritoneal Endometriosis

Dr. Abhishek Mangeshikar & Ms. Sagaya Kirti The peritoneum is a thin membrane lining the abdominal cavity. Genetic or hereditary conditions predispose it to room endometriotic implants that cause pain. Peritoneal type of pain may vary in severity but a majority of...

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Unfreezing the Frozen Pelvis

Unfreezing the Frozen Pelvis

The Frozen Pelvis is often described as the most complex pathology that gynecologists encounter. It is synonymous with end stage disease. Frozen pelvis is the most extensive form of advanced endometriosis. It may be a partial or total frozen pelvis. We use the term...

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Classification of Endometriosis

Endometriosis is known to have typical and atypical presentations and may be present superficially over the peritoneum or infiltrate deep into the abdomino-pelvic organs leading to a complete distortion of the anatomy The need to correctly classify endometriosis is...

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