An analysis of the outcome of microsurgical and laparoscopic adhesiolysis for chronic pelvic pain.

@article{Saravelos1995AnAO,
  title={An analysis of the outcome of microsurgical and laparoscopic adhesiolysis for chronic pelvic pain.},
  author={Haralambos Saravelos and Tin Chiu Li and Ian Douglas Cooke},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={1995},
  volume={10 11},
  pages={2895-901}
}
We evaluated the outcome of microsurgical (n = 72) and laparoscopic (n = 51) adhesiolysis in women who complained of chronic pelvic pain. Adhesion severity was not significantly different between the two treatment groups. The influences of the following variables on the outcome of all 123 cases of adhesiolysis were examined: (i) surgical modality (microsurgical or laparoscopic), (ii) history of infertility, (iii) associated dyspareunia and (iv) aetiological factors of adhesive disease… CONTINUE READING

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