Rate of endometriosis is high in teens with pelvic pain

Ninety-eight percent of 124 teen girls diagnosed with treatment-resistant chronic pelvic pain had endometriosis, according to a retrospective case study presented at the North American Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology meeting. The increased prevalence of endometriosis was partly attributed to improved optical imaging, one researcher said.

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