Experience with the first 250 eridometrial resections for menorrhagia

@article{Magos1991ExperienceWT,
  title={Experience with the first 250 eridometrial resections for menorrhagia},
  author={AdamL. Magos and R. Baumann and Gillian M. Lockwood and AlexanderC. Turnbull},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1991},
  volume={337},
  pages={1074-1078}
}
234 patients with menorrhagia were treated hysteroscopically by transcervical resection of the endometrium (TCRE) instead of hysterectomy. 250 procedures were performed under general anaesthesia (63%) or under sedation plus local anaesthesia (38%). The endometrium was excised either totally (91%) or partially (9%) in all but one case, and 56 (22%) of the patients underwent simultaneous resection of submucous fibroids. Surgical time (range 10-100 min) varied with the gynaecologist's experience… CONTINUE READING
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