Events

PASE hosts key events such as conferences, workshops, webinars and seminars to individuals and organizations in the field of endometriosis.

Webinars

Jan 31, 2024

Dr. Y Patel

Is your endometriosis anatomy up to date?

Endometriosis is related to the anatomy of the female reproductive system, including the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, and surrounding pelvic structures. The presence of endometrial-like tissue outside the uterus can lead to inflammation, scarring, and the formation of endometriotic lesions, causing pain and potential fertility issues. Understanding this pelvic anatomy is crucial for diagnosing and treating endometriosis effectively.

Mar 28, 2024

Dr. A Constantin

5 easy tips to a better diagnosis at ultrasound.

Discover the Power of Ultrasound: Non-invasive, Real-time Imaging for Endometriosis Diagnosis. Join our webinar to learn more!

May 29, 2024

Prof. J Keckstein

The new ENZIAN classification.

The ENZIAN Classification is a system used to classify the severity of endometriosis. It helps determine treatment options for patients based on the extent of the condition. Understanding the ENZIAN Classification is important for properly diagnosing and treating endometriosis.

Jul 31, 2024

Dr. V Thomas

Endometrioma, it is not a cyst! Let me tell you why!

Endometriomas, can cause pain and fertility issues for individuals with endometriosis. Diagnosis and management of endometriomas are crucial aspects of treating endometriosis-related symptoms.

Sep 25, 2024

Dr. H Krentel

Adenomyosis – diagnosis and therapy.

Join us for a comprehensive webinar dedicated to understanding the diagnosis of adenomyosis. We will delve into advanced imaging techniques like ultrasound and MRI that aid in the accurate identification of this condition. Our aim is to provide invaluable insights into the diagnostic process for adenomyosis. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your knowledge in this essential area.

Dec 18, 2024

Prof. F Jamal

Endometriosis related infertility.

Effective management of infertility in patients with endometriosis often involves a multidisciplinary approach. Collaborative efforts between gynecologists, reproductive endocrinologists, and other specialists may offer comprehensive support for individuals seeking to conceive while managing endometriosis.