National consensus on management patients with endometriosis
Keywords:consensus, endometriosis, endometrial heterotopia, estrogens
The National consensus on management patients with endometriosis includes the main issues of epidemiology, clinical manifestations, and diagnostics of this disease. The document also contained evidence-based recommendations on treatment tactics of endometriosis (medical and surgical treatment), secondary prevention of endometriosis.
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