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From: The impact of endometrioma and laparoscopic cystectomy on ovarian reserve and the exploration of related factors assessed by serum anti-Mullerian hormone: a prospective cohort study

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Factors correlated with preoperative serum AMH level and the rate of decline level after surgery. A and B: Comparison of preoperative serum AMH level and rate of serum AMH level decline between patients with unilateral and bilateral cysts in groups A and C. C and D: Scatter plot of the correlation between the rate of serum AMH level decline, cyst size and the preoperative AMH level in the group A. The preoperative AMH level showed no difference between unilateral and bilateral cysts in the two groups (Figure 1A). The rate of serum AMH level decline for bilateral cysts was larger than for unilateral cyst in the endometrioma group but not the other benign ovarian cyst group (Figure 1B). The preoperative serum AMH level and cyst size correlated with the rate of serum AMH level decline in the endometrioma group (Figures 1C and 1D).

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