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What is the meaning and treatment for endometrial plate ?

What does endometrial plate means and what is the medical treatment(I mean some drugs I can take to cure it) for right tubo ovairan abscess ,the drugs that can treat it off
Asked On : Wed, 8 Feb 2012
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The endometrium is the inner layer of uterine cavity that reaches an optimum thickness at the middle of the menstrual cycle during ovulation to help the fertilised egg implant. In case the egg do not fertilize, it sheds at the end in the form of menses.
The treatment of endometrial hyperplasia (thickened endometrial plate) depends on the cause.
The tuboovarian abcess is the extension of infection in the fallopian tubes and adjacent ovaries.
The management (medical or surgical ) should be in consult with the gynecologist after clinical examination and investigations.
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