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Minerva Ginecologica 2000 June;52(6):249-52

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language: Italian

Isolated inguinal endometriosis. A clinical case

Mascaretti G., Patacchiola F., Di Berardino C., Moscarini M.


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The case of a patient with inguinal isolated endometriosis in whom laparoscopy revealed no evidence of pelvic endometriosis is presented. Following the observation of this case and the published reports by other authors on frequency, pathogenesis, diagnosis and therapy, the article supports the hypothesis that inguinal endometriotic lesions are likely associated with lymphatic spread of endometrial cells.

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