Actual considerations concerning the contribution of histeroscopy to diagnosis and treatment of adenomyosis in infertile patients
E.A. Bordea, A.Carp-Velișcu, C.. Odukoya, D. Mihai, B. Marinescu, E. Brătilă
Rezumat: Introduction and objective. A classical histological definition
for adenomyosis is the invasion of the gland or endometrial
stroma miometer, more than 2,5 mm from the junctional area,
accompanied by the adjacent
Adenomyosis is a gynecological
pathology commonly found
in women of reproductive
age and is a frequent cause of
is not the primary diagnostic and therapeutic
method for adenomyosis,
but may be useful in some
is a systematic review of the
literature which aims to highlight the role of hysteroscopy in the
diagnosis and treatment of adenomyosis in infertile patients.
is a useful therapeutic and diagnostic
method for infertile patients with adenomyosis, as many
specialized studies show. Conclusions and discussion. Hysteroscopy
is a useful method of diagnosis and treatment only in
well-selected cases of focal and diffuse superficial adenomyosis.
Exploring the uterus should not be limited to hysteroscopy in
infertile patients with adenomyosis. Cuvinte cheie: adenomyosis, hysteroscopy, infertility, IVF, ICSI.