ENDO: An Incomprehensible Disease

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ENDO is a chronic and common but an incomprehensible disease in which the cells that predominantly grow inside the uterine, leave the womb and develop in another part of the body (3). In most cases the cells grow in the ovaries, bladder, bowel, and tissues that line the pelvis (2). Moreover, in extreme conditions the cells progress until they reach the brain and the lungs (2). The evolution and conservation of the endometrial implants depend on the existence of the estrogen hormone which is " a generic term for any of the estrus-producing compounds (female sex hormones), including estradiol, estriol, and estrone " (4,5). The aberrant synthesis and metabolism of estrogen may increase the level of local estradiol (E2) promoting the growth

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