Course description

Course type


Course description

The workshop will bring leading experts together to discuss the clinical aspects (e.g., pain management, bleeding and infertility) as well as basic scientific aspects (e.g., mechanisms of pathogenesis and symptoms) related to adenomyosis.

Translational features, potential application to improved patient care, and other future directions will be discussed.


Target audience

Clinicians, scientists and technical staff working in the field of gynaecology, reproductive biology, endometrial biology, endometriosis and adenomyosis and gynaecological benign disorders.


Expected educational outcomes

  • To provide an updated overview of the clinical impact of adenomyosis, and best patient care
  • To provide an updated overview of the diagnostic tools for adenomyosis
  • To give cutting-edge information on the pathogenic mechanisms implied in the onset adenomyosis and its symptoms
  • To give an updated view of adenomyosis in adolescents 

Innovative aspects of the course

The course will present novel pathogenic theories, novel molecular insights to the mechanisms leading to pain, bleeding, and infertility, and innovative approaches in the diagnosis and surgical management of patients with adenomyosis, covering also the management of young patients.

Educational methods

  • Lectures
  • Discussions


The official language of the course is English.