Join the 15th World Congress on Endometriosisand don't miss the EEL Pre-Congress Meeting – Endometriosis-associated infertility!
A variety of factors including peritoneal, ovarian, tubal and uterine dysfunction play a role in endometriosis-associated infertility and influence patients social and sexual life. Early diagnosis of endometriosis might avoid a negative impact on fertility. But what would be the ideal protective treatment approach? And how should the diagnosis of endometriosis and adenomyosis influence fertility work-up? Where is the place for surgery in deep endometriosis, adenomyosis and ovarian endometriosis in infertile patients? The EEL special focus meeting will give you answers on these questions and practically guide you in counselling your patients with endometriosis-associated infertility. View the programme here. Wednesday 3/5/2023 2:00 PM - 5:30 PM14:00 Welcome address and introduction - Harald Krentel, Germany 14:05 The impact of endometriosis on female fertility -insights from mouse models - Kaori Koga, Japan 14:25 The impact of endometriosis as part of the fertility work-up. - Juan Garcia Velasco, Spain 14:45 Endometriosis and IVF: how can we manage it? - Engin Oral, Turkey 15:05 Early diagnosis of endometriosis and fertility protection. - Attila Bokor, Hungary 15:25 Q&A Session 15:40 Tea/coffee 15:55 Ovarian endometriosis – resection, laser, sclerotherapy or ART? - Sebastian Schäfer, Germany 16:15 Deep endometriosis and infertility – what is the benefit of surgery? - Shaheen Khazali, UK 16:35 Fertility-sparing robotic surgery in patients with endometriosis. - Horace Roman, France 16:55 Adenomyosis as a factor in endometriosis-associated infertility. - Harald Krentel, Germany 17:15 Q&A Session 17:30 Close