Congress highlights

Highlights from meetings and congresses on endometriosis


ASRM2015 ASRM2015: Endometriosis highlights
26 October 2015

Chair-elect of the ASRM Endometriosis Special Interest Group, Doctor Stacey Missmer, provides highlights from this year’s annual meeting. There is no size that fits all – think symptoms and think endometrium behaviour!

ASRM2015 ASRM2015: Endometriosis may infiltrate the entire body
20 October 2015

Study suggests that endometriosis in organs outside of the pelvis may be common and clinically unrecognised.

ASRM2015 ASRM2015: Increased risk of ovarian cancer observed in women undergoing IVF
20 October 2015

Increased risk of ovarian cancer observed in women who had no children following assisted reproductive technologies, and in women with endometriosis treated for infertility.

FIGO2015 FIGO2015: FIGO Fertility Tool Box now available online
9 October 2015

The FIGO Fertility Toolbox offers all levels of health care providers a “usable” instrument to address fertility issues. All you need is access to a smart phone!

ESHRE2015 ESHRE2015: Endometriosis associated with a greater risk of complications in pregnancy
15 June 2015

Large cohort study indicates that endometriosis may predispose women to an increased risk of miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, and later pregnancy complications.

AAGL2014-logo AAGL2014: Endometriosis in focus
11 December 2014

Advancing Minimally Invasive Surgery: Drs Advincula, Sinervo, and Allaire give us their take on the latest thinking in surgery for endometriosis.

ACEIII ACEIII: 3rd Asian Conference on Endometriosis
27 November 2014

Better care for women with endometriosis was the theme for 3rd Asian Conference on Endometriosis in South Korea.

WCE2014 WCE2014: 12th World Congress on Endometriosis
30 May 2014

WCE2014 was the world congress on endometriosis that put the patient in focus – get the highlights here!

WCE2014-Brosens-100 WCE2014: Let us go for the roots of endometriosis
21 May 2014

Professor Ivo Brosens challenges basic questions about endometriosis and encourages everyone to go back to basic research to understand which menstruations disseminate endometrial tissue – and which tissue implants?

ASRM2012 ASRM2012: Surgery for endometriosis and endometrioma
21 November 2012

The 2012 ASRM had three excellent lectures on surgery for endometriosis and the value of removing endometriomas (versus medical treatment) by Tommaso Falcone, David Adamson, and Paolo Vercellini.

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