Should we consider alternative therapies to operative hysteroscopy for the treatment of Asherman syndrome?

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Volume 113, Issue 3, Pages 511–521

Authors:

Xavier Santamaria, M.D., Ph.D., James H. Liu, M.D., Aghajanova Lusine, M.D., Ph.D., Keith Isaacson, M.D., Peter Movilla, M.D., Hervé Fernandez, M.D., Perrine Capmas, M.D., Jacques Donnez, M.D., Ph.D., Carlos Simón, M.D.

Abstract:

PRO: Alternative therapies should be considered for the treatment of Asherman syndrome

CON: Operative hysteroscopy should be repeated as many times as necessary for the treatment of Asherman syndrome


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Should we consider alternative therapies to operative hysteroscopy for the treatment of Asherman syndrome?
Alternative therapies should be considered for the treatment of Asherman syndrome
Operative hysteroscopy should be repeated as many times as necessary for the treatment of Asherman syndrome
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