About this Research Topic
Factors known to cause endometrial hyperplasia include endometrial cancer; obesity; hormone replacement therapy; high blood pressure; endometrial polyps; diabetes; excessive estrogen production; insufficient progesterone; and/or scar tissue. Causes of a thin endometrium include inflammation; insufficient estrogen; or the structure of the endometrium itself.
The current Research Topic seeks to present Original Research, Reviews, Mini-Reviews or other accepted article types. These may cover, but are not limited to, the following sub-themes:
- Impacts of excessive or insufficient endometrial thickness on conception and pregnancy;
- Factors that unfavorably increase or decrease endometrial thickness;
- Novel uses of endometrial thickness as a clinical monitoring index;
- Endometrial thickness in pregnant women with existing conditions (e.g. PCOS, endometrial cancer, etc.)
- Treatment of high or low endometrial thickness during, or to facilitate, pregnancy.
Keywords: endometrial thickness, pregnancy, endometrium
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