It is observed in 6-10% of women with endometriosis, 25-50% of infertile women, and 78-80% of women with pelvic pain. The aging of endometriosis is noted, that is, endometriosis is being detected more and more in young, childless women, in girls of puberty. The purpose of the work: to study the specificity of endometriosis by determining the clinical features of eutopic and ectopic endometrium in adenomyosis and ovarian endometriosis in the proliferative phase of the menstrual cycle in women of reproductive age without other gynecological pathologies. Materials and methods: In this study, medical history and biopsy materials of 80 hysterectomy patients and 20 female patients who underwent uterine amputation for other reasons (control group) were retrospectively analyzed during 2019-2022. Anamnestic data (hereditary and family anamnesis), complaints, generative function, somatic pathologies, gynecological diseases and performed examinations were studied in retrospective analysis. In this study, clinical anamnestic analysis of medical histories of 80 adenomyosis and ovarian endometriosis surgically treated patients examined by AVPAB in 2019-22, in which more prolonged menstruation (41.3%), dysmenorrhea (65%), primary infertility (63%) was observed. In I-II stages of the disease, sexually transmitted infections (50%) and previous inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs (50%) were noted to be important.

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Karimjonov, X. ., Israilov , R. ., & Mamataliyev , A. . (2023). DESCRIPTION OF CLINICAL AND ANESTHETIC CHANGES OF ENDOMETRIOSIS. International Journal of Scientific Pediatrics, 2(4), 29–32.
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