Australian Endometriosis Guideline

In 2021, RANZCOG published the first Australian clinical guideline on the diagnosis and management of endometriosis, funded by the Australian government.


The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

13 April 2022

The guideline was developed by an expert working group representing a range of healthcare professionals, allied health professionals and patients, using the best available scientific evidence in the detection, diagnosis and management of endometriosis and a related condition- adenomyosis. The guideline recommendations are based on available scientific evidence, procured through contemporary, robust and internationally recognised processes to assess the quality of available evidence.

The guideline will be updated regularly as knowledge progresses and new evidence arises.

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