Reproductive outcome of 32 patients with primary or secondary infertility and uterine pathology.
- Published Article
Archives of gynecology and obstetrics
- Publication Date
Jul 01, 2000
We did a retrospective study on 102 patients who had a laparoscopy and a hysteroscopy during investigations for primary or secondary infertility. 32 of the 102 patients had uterine pathology. Seven of them had septate uteri, eight had uterine synechiae, another six had uterine fibroids, four had a bicornuated uterus, while the remaining had either a combination of all or other uterine anomalies. After surgical treatment of these conditions ten women conceived and five pregnancies including one twin pregnancy resulted in term deliveries.
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