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Literature

Asherman JG. Amenorrhoea traumatica (atretica) J Obstet Gynaecol Br Emp. 1948. Asherman JG. Traumatic intrauterine adhesions. J Obstet Gynaecol Br Emp. 1950. Yu D, Wong YM, …

Investigating Asherman’s Syndrome

Bee Tan, Associate Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Bee Tan is an Associate Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and has …

Doctors about AS

Mr Adrian Lower, Consultant Gynaecologist Understanding Asherman’s Syndrome Asherman’s syndrome is the condition that occurs when scar tissue caused by a surgical …

Asherman’s Syndrome myths… busted

Myth: Asherman’s Syndrome is caused by aggressive scraping of the womb following a miscarriage. Fact: There is no scientific basis to substantiate …

Assisted reproduction

The extent of adhesion formation is critical. Mild to moderate adhesions can usually be treated with success. Extensive obliteration of the uterine …

Surgical therapy of Asherman’s syndrome

  The management of Asherman‘s syndrome (AS, intrauterine adhesion, IUA; Pic. 1) is mostly focused on invasive methods. Asherman‘s syndrome usually develops …

Pharmacotherapy

Pharmacotherapy of Asherman’s syndrome (AS, intrauterine adhesions, IUA) is used as an adjuvant (add-on) therapy to maximize effectiveness of surgical therapy. Most …

Impact on fertility

Adhesions can obliterate the cavity of the uterus to varying degrees and prevent implantation and pregnancy. Although in majority of cases Asherman´s syndrome cannot …

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