Endosalpingiosis, an unrecognized condition: report and literature review View Full Text


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2004-03

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Nicole C. S. Ong, Peter J. Maher, Jan M. Pyman, Emma Readman, Simon Gordon

ABSTRACT

This study involves an audit of cases of endosalpingiosis diagnosed at a major teaching hospital and a review of the literature. The retrospective audit of endosalpingiosis was carried out from 1997 to 2000 at the Mercy Hospital for Women, Melbourne, Australia. Information was collected regarding the demographics, presentation and management for women with this diagnosis. During the period of review, endosalpingiosis was diagnosed in 45 patients. Pain was the most frequent presentation and laparoscopy with excision of “endometriosis” was the most frequent operation. Interestingly, of 64 peritoneal biopsies taken for suspected endometriosis, 20 were endosalpingiosis, 21 endometriosis, 7 both endometriosis and endosalpingiosis and 16 fibrosis, hyperplasia or normal. Endosalpingiosis is a relatively unknown condition. Its diagnosis may be missed since it often coexists with endometriosis or mimics endometriosis, and the majority of surgeons ablate lesions without obtaining a histological diagnosis. It is important to consider the diagnosis of endosalpingiosis since it may be associated with chronic pelvic pain. There are a few cases of endosalpingiosis in peritoneal washings that have been incorrectly interpreted as well-differentiated adencarcinoma and have been found in association with ovarian and cervical neoplasms. More... »

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11-14

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