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11/14. The female gonadic syndrome in bacillary endocrine diseases.

    The paper reports on the endocrine-gynecologic syndrome of genital tuberculosis in the woman. The localization of the disease has a much higher incidence than it is currently believed by gynecologic and endocrinologic practitioners. The casuistry and pathogenic data exposed herein are aimed at reminding this situation. A selective list of references comes in support of authors' observations.
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12/14. The role of endoscopy in the management of the infertile patient.

    As newer technologies are incorporated into the field of gynecologic surgery, we must know their limitations, and be able to ascertain their true efficacy with certainty. This is especially important when we make decisions with and for our patients, which may affect their future fertility. This review was written with this important goal in mind.
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13/14. Duplicate cervix and vagina associated with infertility, endometriosis, and chronic pelvic pain.

    BACKGROUND: Mullerian anomalies are associated with several gynecologic complications including endometriosis, infertility, and pelvic pain. CASE: A woman with duplicate cervix and a non-communicating longitudinal vaginal septum, but no other uterine anomalies, presented with pelvic pain, secondary infertility, and a long history of endometriosis. She was treated with operative laparoscopy and excision of the vaginal septum. CONCLUSION: A thorough evaluation, including history, physical examination, and appropriate imaging techniques (hysterosalpingography and magnetic resonance imaging) facilitates accurate diagnosis of anatomical defects and any associated disease in cases of unusual mullerian anomalies. An accurate preoperative diagnosis allows a planned, efficient surgical approach.
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14/14. Endometrial carcinoma in a patient with blepharophimosis syndrome and menstrual abnormality.

    PURPOSE: To describe a woman with blepharophimosis syndrome and menstrual abnormality who developed endometrial carcinoma. methods: A 26-year-old woman with blepharophimosis syndrome and menstrual abnormality had increased serum luteinizing hormone and serum follicle-stimulating hormone levels. She was followed up for 5 years. RESULT: She developed endometrial carcinoma. CONCLUSIONS: patients with blepharophimosis syndrome and menstrual abnormality should be examined gynecologically. Hormone-dependent endometrial carcinoma may develop.
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