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Chronic endometritis and the plasma cell, fact versus fiction

Chronic endometritis and the plasma cell, fact versus fiction
The concept of chronic endometritis as relates to infertility has been documented in the literature since the 19th century. However while the disease process of chronic endometritis is clinically important, a definitive definition has been elusive. One can argue that the following statement by Drs. Archibald Donald and W. Fletcher Shaw (1) in 1911, is as relevant today, as it was back then.In the whole domain of gynecology there are no cases so common as those which generally go by the name of “chronic endometritis.” This term has been commonly used to denote a class of cases which are well known clinically but difficult to define.
Source: fertstert.org

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