Prevalence of intrauterine adhesions after the application of hyaluronic acid gel after dilatation and curettage in women with at least one previous curettage: short-term outcomes of a multicenter, prospective randomized controlled trial

Intrauterine application of auto-crosslinked hyaluronic acid after dilatation and curettage for miscarriage in womenwith at least one previous proceduremay reduce the incidence and severity of intrauterine adhesions.

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Angelo B. Hooker, M.D., Robert de Leeuw, M.D., Peter M. van de Ven, Ph.D., Erica A. Bakkum, Ph.D., Andreas L. Thurkow, M.D., Niels E.A. Vogel, M.D., Huib A.A.M. van Vliet, Ph.D., Marlies Y. Bongers, Ph.D., Mark H. Emanuel, Ph.D., Annelies E.M. Verdonkschot, M.D., Hans A.M. Brölmann, Ph.D., Judith A.F. Huirne, Ph.D.


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