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Dan C. Martin, MD
UT Medical Group, Inc.

University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC)

UTHSC Academic Office

Daniel Clyde Martin, M.D.
UT Medical Group, Inc.
Infertility and Gynecology
Reproductive Surgery
Germantown Office Building
7945 Wolf River Boulevard
Suite 320
Germantown, Tennessee
TN 38138-1733

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2011

World Symposium on Endometriosis (WSE)

March 24-26, 2011 - Atlanta, Georgia USA

www.EndometriosisAtlanta.com

Sponsored by Northside Hospital

Ceana Nezhat, MD - Symposium Chair

Alan H. DeCherney, MD - Keynote Speaker

2010

AAGL Annual Meeting

Laparoscopic Hysterectomy

2010

Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics (APGO)
Excellence in Teaching Award 2010

Treatment of Endometriosis

2009

Doctors' Doctors, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, 2009

WREG Memphis - Top 1% of Physicians by Consumers’ Checkbook, 2009

Best Doctors in America, 1992-2010, Woodward and White Inc., 1992 – 2009

Certificate of Achievement, Consumers’ Checkbook, 2009

2007

Best of Laparoscopy Updates, Pelvic Adhesions
Society of Laparoscopic Surgery, 2007

CNEG 2007

IX Congreso Nacional de Endoscopia Ginecológica

July 4 to 7, 2007
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico, California

ACOG 2007

AAGL 2006

ASRM 2006

The 9th World Congress on Endometriosis

September 13 - 17, 2005
Maastricht, Netherlands

Endo IX

The PDFs are formatted for black and white printers.

Distribution of Rectovaginal Endometriosis 1903 – 1922

Interval Peritoneal Changes - Congenital or Acquired?

Distribution of Rectovaginal Endometriosis

Retrocervical and Rectovaginal Endometriosis

Jennifer Swoboda, M.D.

Dan Martin, MD

Deep Infiltration of Endometriosis is Associated with an Increased Risk of Rectovaginal Fistula by Jennifer Swoboda and Dan Martin won the  First prize resident's paper award at the Annual Meeting of the AAGL November, 2004.  The announcement is on page 23 of the program.

A summary is at AAGL 2004

Posters

Deep Infiltration of Endometriosis is Associated with an Increased Risk of Rectovaginal Fistula
Distribution, Management and Complications of Rectovaginal Endometriosis

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Rectovaginal Fistulas and Pelvic Abscess after Resection of Rectovaginal Endometriosis.

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Laparoscopic Appearance of Endometriosis

Resurge Press, The Fertility Institute of the Mid-South

The Laparoscopic Appearance of Endometriosis was published from 1988 to 1991 by Dan Martin. MD and the Resurge Press of  The Fertility Institute of the Mid-South, Memphis, Tennessee.  The slides and other material are now published at:

    Laparoscopic Appearance of Endometriosis - 1988 Slide Set

    Laparoscopic Appearance of Endometriosis - 1990 Color Atlas

    Laparoscopic Appearance of Endometriosis - 1991 Lecture Supplement
 

Retrocervical and Rectovaginal Endometriosis

Dan Martin, MD

Retrocervical and Rectovaginal Endometriosis was presented at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Endometriosis Society in Osaka, Japan on January 25 2004.

This presentation was on the  terminologies used for rectovaginal endometriosis.  The terminology is influenced by conflicting anatomic understanding.  Vaginal surgeons and urogynecologists know that the Pouch of Douglas extends to the middle third of the vagina in most women.  However, Netter drew this in a retrocervical location in 1954.  In addition, many authors (Cullen 1917, Adamyan 1993, Umaria 2001) discuss a retrocervical position of endometriosis as being in the septum.  The septum is not generally retrocervical in normal anatomy.

This was the second time for Dr. Martin has been invited as the guest speaker at this yearly meeting.  He spoke on Recognition of Endometriosis at the 15th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Endometriosis Society in Osaka, Japan in January 1994.
 

Pain and Endometriosis

Dan Martin, MD

Update on Endometriosis and Update on Pelvic Pain were presented at the Gynaecology Update Conference, 22 February 2003, Gold Coast, Queensland

Management of Endometriosis and
Management of Pelvic Pain were presented at the Women's Health Conference, 28 February - 2 March 2003, Gold Coast, Queensland.

The links for those presentation are at http://www.danmartinmd.com/Qld03.htm.
 

Research Aspects of Endometriosis Surgery

Dan Martin, MD

Research Aspects of Endometriosis Surgery was presented at the National Institute of Health (NIH) workshop on endometriosis at the NIH campus in Bethesda, Maryland in April of 2001 by Dr. Dan Martin, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis.  This workshop was sponsored as a multidiscipline approach to research in endometriosis.  

The presentation on Research Aspects of Endometriosis Surgery covered six questions:
    Is treatment needed?
    Is excision superior to coagulation?  
    Is “atypical” a reasonable term?
    Does rectovaginal endometriosis invade the rectovaginal septum?
    Do research studies need a golden standard for recognition?
    Will RBRVS and DRG impact on surgical endometriosis research?

The complete paper can be ordered from the Annals of the New York Academy of Science.
 

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