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A Case Report: the Traditional Korean Medical Treatment of a Patient with Recurrent Endometriosis after Hormone Therapy
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A Case Report: the Traditional Korean Medical Treatment of a Patient with Recurrent Endometriosis after Hormone Therapy
Jung, Myung-Ju;
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 Abstract
Objectives To report the clinical effectiveness of the Traditional Korean medical treatment on a patient with recurrent endometriosis after hormone therapy. Methods The patient in this case was diagnosed with endometriosis and had been on hormone therapy for one year. We ascertained the recurrent of endometriosis by ultrasonography. The main symptom of dysmenorrhea has been worsened. The patient was treated by the Traditional Korean medical treatment. The symptom of the patient complained was improved. Results After the Traditional Korean medical treatment, dysmenorrhea of endometriosis was improved. The treatment was terminated and after 3 months the patient was maintained an improved state. Conclusions This case report shows that the Traditional Korean medical treatment was effective for treating endometriosis.
 Keywords
Endometriosis;Sosiho-tang;Traditional Korean medical treatment;Ultrasonography;
 Language
Korean
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