In questa pagina sono raccolte alcune pubblicazioni sulla ricerca sull’endometriosi.
The Presence of Endometriosis in the Human Fetus
P.G. Signorile and A.Baldi, The Presence of Endometriosis in the Human Fetus, in C. H. Nezhat, Endometriosis in Adolescents: a comprehensive guide to diagnosis and management, 2020.
Looking for an effective and non-invasive diagnostic test for endometriosis: where are we?
Methylation analysis of HOXA10 regulatory elements in patients with endometriosis
A Tissue Specific Magnetic Resonance Contrast Agent, Gd-AMH, for Diagnosis of Stromal Endometriosis Lesions A Phase I Study
Novel dietary supplement association reduces symptoms in endometriosis patients
Looking for an effective and non-invasive diagnostic test for endometriosis where are we
Supporting evidences for potential biomarkers of endometriosis detected in peripheral blood
New evidence in endometriosis
Embryologic Origin of Endometriosis Analysis of 101 Human Female Fetuses
Histological and Immunohistochemical Characterization of a Case of Endometriosis in a Guinea Pig (Cavia tschudii)
Anti-mullerian hormone is expressed by endometriosis tissues and induces cell cycle arrest and apoptosis in endometriosis cells
Prototype of Multiplex Bead Assay for Quantification of Three Serum Biomarkers for In Vitro Diagnosis of Endometriosis
Endocrine disruptors and endometriosis: The role of BPA
Differential accumulation of BPA in some tissues of offspring of Balb-C mice exposed to different BPA doses
Ectopic endometrium in human foetuses is a common event and sustains the theory of müllerianosis in the pathogenesis of endometriosis, a disease that predisposes to cancer
Endocrine distruptors in utero cause ovarian demages linked to endometriosis
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FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE – Endocrine distruptors in utero cause ovarian demages linked to endometriosis
La pubblicazione scientifica apparsa sulla rivista medica Frontiers in bioscience di gennaio 2012 dimostra come una parte delle donne affette da endometriosi può nascere con un danno ovarico congenito per il quale deve essere controllata periodicamente la propria funzione ovarica.