Microsurgery alone or with INTERCEED Absorbable Adhesion Barrier for pelvic sidewall adhesion re-formation. The INTERCEED (TC7) Adhesion Barrier Study Group II.

@article{Azziz1993MicrosurgeryAO,
  title={Microsurgery alone or with INTERCEED Absorbable Adhesion Barrier for pelvic sidewall adhesion re-formation. The INTERCEED (TC7) Adhesion Barrier Study Group II.},
  author={Ricardo Azziz},
  journal={Surgery, gynecology & obstetrics},
  year={1993},
  volume={177 2},
  pages={135-9}
}
Adhesion re-formation after a reproductive operation, particularly involving the pelvic sidewall, is a prominent cause of failure in the surgical treatment of infertility. This study was done to evaluate the impact of standard microsurgery through laparotomy and the additional benefit of an oxidized regenerated cellulose adhesion barrier (INTERCEED [TC7] Absorbable Adhesion Barrier [Ethicon Inc.]), in reducing pelvic sidewall adhesion re-formation. One hundred and thirty-four patients with… CONTINUE READING