Ovarian endometriosis

Ovarian endometriosis occurs in 20-40% of patients with endometriosis (1).  The most significant ovarian involvement is an endometrioma. Endometriomas occur when surface ovarian endometriosis lesions start to push into or invaginate into the ovary and then close over the top, forming a cystic mass lined by endometriosis tissue.  Endometriomas are also called “chocolate” cysts.  The

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