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1 cm) and may lead to a thin absolute myometrium that could cause future pregnancy complications. It is worth considering whether the new classification should implement the length of the internal fundal indentation in relation to the length of the non-partitioned region of the uterus as a relative criterion for the diagnosis of uterine septum. We believe(More)
Caesarean section (CS) results in the occurrence of the phenomenon 'niche'. A 'niche' describes the presence of a hypoechoic area within the myometrium of the lower uterine segment, reflecting a discontinuation of the myometrium at the site of a previous CS. Using gel or saline instillation sonohysterography, a niche is identified in the scar in more than(More)
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