Diagnostik der Endometriose und Objektivierung der Befunde

  • A. E. Schindler
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Zusammenfassung

Es gibt mehrere Bereiche von diagnostischen Verfahren, die für die Diagnosestellung der Endometriose heran gezogen werden können. Daze gehoren:
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    Klinische Diagnosemöglichkeiten;

     
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    Bildgebende Verfahren (Ultraschall, CT, NMR);

     
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    Laparoskopie/Pelviskopie;

     
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    Biochemische Parameter (z. B. Tumormarker).

     

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