Endometriosis: a disease where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus, causing pain and/or infertility. The disease, to which there is no known cure and where the focus is aimed at control over symptoms, affects roughly 190 million of reproductive people worldwide.
In light of March's 'Endometriosis Month', ISUOG has compiled a collection of resources from our community's expert clinicians including, detection of ovarian and deep endometriosis, endometriosis and infertility and the natural history of endometriosis.
Read papers and articles written by expert clinicians from the immediate and wider ISUOG community for our UOG Journal, bank of educational resources and community outreach.
Accuracy of sonography for non-invasive detection of ovarian and deep endometriosis using #Enzian classification
A prospective multicenter diagnostic accuracy study.
Bowel preparation prior to transvaginal ultrasound improves detection of rectosigmoid deep infiltrating endometriosis and is well tolerated
A prospective study of women with suspected endometriosis without surgical criteria.
Watch videos on endometriosis produced from ISUOG's World Congresses, International Symposia and special events, with expert speakers and guest lecturers in the field of obstetrics and gynecology.
If you see endometriosis should you leave it? The natural history of endometriosis in pregnant and non-pregnant women
This lecture was delivered at ISUOG's World Congress in Singapore, in 2018.
Further your learning on endometriosis, either in advance of ISUOG's education courses or at your own pace.
Read up on Patient Information and understand what endometriosis is, how it happens, what tests patients need and what the long term implications of the diagnosis are: