Diagnostic aspiration curettage: a preliminary assessment.

@article{Nye1973DiagnosticAC,
  title={Diagnostic aspiration curettage: a preliminary assessment.},
  author={Eric Beasley Nye and Gordon Alexander Craig},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={1973},
  volume={115 2},
  pages={
          181-5
        }
}
A Vabra aspirator was used for curettage of 50 patients who had been selected for day care. The aspirator is a disposable apparatus which includes a filter chamber for receipt and transmission of aspirated material to the pathologist. The cannula is passed through the cervix and the pressure-equalizing holes are occluded. It is then passed up and down and slowly rotated so that the miniature curette explores the whole endometrial surface. Every few strokes the cannula is withdrawn enough to… CONTINUE READING

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