Uterine synechiae: variations in severity and some conditions which may be conducive to severe adhesions.


Considerable variability in the severity of Asherman's syndrome was observed, and a high incidence of other gynecological disorders was discovered, mainly by endoscopy, in patients with intrauterine synechiae. Fifty-seven cases were reviewed in an attempt (1) to discover factors contributing to severity, (2) to examine possible relationships between other… (More)


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