Nonsurgical technique for flushing the Macaca mulatta uterus.

Abstract

The tortuous structure of the rhesus cervix has proven to be a significant obstruction to performing nonsurgical uterine lavage. Trials were conducted to develop a repeatable, nonsurgical flushing technique of the uterus. Using a modified endometrial cell sampler and a blunt trocar, a reliable technique was constructed. This technique may prove valuable for… (More)

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@article{Goodeaux1990NonsurgicalTF, title={Nonsurgical technique for flushing the Macaca mulatta uterus.}, author={L L Goodeaux and C A Anzalone and M K Webre and Kirk Graves and Steven V{\"o}lkel}, journal={Journal of medical primatology}, year={1990}, volume={19 1}, pages={59-67} }