A History of Endometriosis
The early history of endometriosis is interwoven with the history of adenomyosis, since it was not until the mid nineteen-twenties that the two conditions were finally separated. A History of Endometriosis provides a detailed reconstruction of the progress made in identifying, describing and treating the condition we call today endometriosis.
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Intellectual Development of Carl Von Rokitansky
Microscopy and the Discovery of Endometriosis and Adenomyosis
From von Rokitansky to von Recklinghausen to Cullen
Cullens Research at Johns Hopkins Hospital
Adenomyomas of Vagina Rectum Sigmoid Colon and Ovary
Distribution of Pelvic and Abdominal Adenomyomas
Sampsons Theory of Implantation Endometriosis
Life History of Ovarian Endometriomas
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