The Endometriosis Combined Treatment Results of the Department of Gynecology and Minimally Invasive Therapy, Na Homolce Hospital, Prague in six years period 2001 - 2007

Authors: L. Pelíšek;  V. Kempe;  M. Kolrusová;  D. Struppl
Authors‘ workplace: Oddělení gynekologie i minimálně invazivní chirurgie, Nemocnice Na Homolce, Praha, primář MUDr. Z. Zelenka
Published in: Ceska Gynekol 2008; 73(2): 125-127


The endometriosis combined treatment optimisation on the basis of own results.

The retrospective clinical study.

Department of Gynecology and Minimally Invasive Therapy, Na Homolce Hospital Prague.

The retrospective analysis of the endometriosis treatment results on the basis of subjective severity and the inspection laparoscopy objective determination including work-up and imaging examinations.

Out of 586 patients, who underwent endometriosis combined (surgical and medicamentous) treatment, there were 91% of patients with no subjective severity with normal inspection laparoscopy determination in area of lesser pelvis.

91% of treatment success entitles us to consider that our method of the endometriosis treatment is an option for future. We plan a long term monitoring of patients after restore to health within a period of years and percentage of pregnancy success, which we monitored alongside patients with the deep-infiltrating endometriosis.

Key words:
endometriosis, surgical treatment, medicamentous treatment, add-back therapy, laparoscopy


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