The assessment of ovarian reserve in the case of endometrioma is of pivotal importance for planning a tailored management. However, both the antral follicle count (AFC) and the antimüllerian hormone (AMH) dosage are subject to a fair degree of variability in ovarian endometriosis. This study aimed to identify a sonographic parameter of ovarian reserve that could implement current available markers in patients with unilateral endometrioma.

Affected Ovary Relative Volume: A Novel Sonographic Predictor of Ovarian Reserve in Patients with Unilateral Endometrioma-A Pilot Study

Cosma, Stefano;Carosso, Andrea Roberto;Moretto, Martina;Borella, Fulvio;Bovetti, Marialuisa;Gervasoni, Fiammetta;Filippini, Claudia;Revelli, Alberto;Benedetto, Chiara
2020

Abstract

The assessment of ovarian reserve in the case of endometrioma is of pivotal importance for planning a tailored management. However, both the antral follicle count (AFC) and the antimüllerian hormone (AMH) dosage are subject to a fair degree of variability in ovarian endometriosis. This study aimed to identify a sonographic parameter of ovarian reserve that could implement current available markers in patients with unilateral endometrioma.
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https://www.mdpi.com/2077-0383/9/12/4076
antimüllerian hormone; antral follicle count; endometrioma; endometriosis; fertility; ovarian reserve; premature ovarian failure; ultrasonography
Cosma, Stefano; Carosso, Andrea Roberto; Moretto, Martina; Borella, Fulvio; Ferraioli, Domenico; Bovetti, Marialuisa; Gervasoni, Fiammetta; Filippini, Claudia; Revelli, Alberto; Ferrero, Simone; Benedetto, Chiara
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