Endometriosis is still a poorly understood disease. At G.O. Institute we are constantly looking for the most updated information regarding endometriosis therapy. This is an interesting research paper which we hope will help you understand at least this part of endometriosis treatment.
This article addresses mullerianoisis and malacoplakia as part of endometriosis.
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Indian J Urol. 2020 Oct-Dec;36(4):321-323. doi: 10.4103/iju.IJU_134_20. Epub 2020 Oct 1.
Malacoplakia is an inflammatory lesion which can affect any organ in the body but predominantly affects the genitourinary system and mainly the bladder. Malacoplakia of the bladder has variable presentations and is associated with urinary infection or immunosuppression. Mullerianosis of the bladder is a rare lesion that consists of two out of the three tissues, endometriosis, endocervicosis, or endosalpingiosis. It is usually associated with a previous cesarean section or pelvic surgery. The diagnosis is confirmed on histopathological examination. Malacoplakia and mullerianosis are usually isolated lesions of the bladder. We present a unique case of coexistence of malacoplakia and mullerianosis in the urinary bladder, reported for the first time in the literature.
Abhay Dinkar Mahajan
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