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327 Possible Causes for Asherman Syndrome

  • Dilatation and Curettage

    Asherman's syndrome Asherman's syndrome occurs when D&C causes damage to the womb, resulting in scarring.[] Six women (6/844, 0.7%) were subsequently found to have Asherman's syndrome.[] Asherman’s syndrome can usually be successfully treated by surgically removing the scar tissue. Sometimes, Asherman's syndrome can be missed as a cause of infertility.[]

  • Endometrial Disorder

    Adenomyosis (Medical Encyclopedia) Asherman syndrome (Medical Encyclopedia) D and C (Medical Encyclopedia) Endometrial ablation (Medical Encyclopedia) Endometrial polyps ([] This procedure may decrease bleeding but, in some women, causes amenorrhea due to endometrial scarring (Asherman syndrome).[]

  • Acute Endometritis

    Endometrial fibrosis (Asherman's syndrome) usually stems from scarring of the endometrium following too-vigorous curettage.[] Traumatic damage to the endometrium may cause hypomenorrhea, amenorrhea, and intrauterine adhesions ( i.e. signs of Asherman's syndrome).[] syndrome)Chronic endometritisNonspecific Infectious Chlamydia trachomatis Other agents, especially when associated with cervicitis or salpingitis Pregnancy-related Retained[]

  • Placenta Accreta

    Asherman's syndrome was diagnosed.[] Klein, S.M. and Garcia, C.R. ( 1973 ) Asherman's syndrome: a critique and review. Fertil. Steril., 130, 653 –657.[] We present a case involving conservative treatment of placenta accreta, with a subsequent diagnosis of Asherman's syndrome.[]

  • Gynecologic Surgical Procedure

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  • Asherman Syndrome

    Transvaginal ultrasound, while inexpensive and available in most settings, has low sensitivity and specificity in diagnosing Asherman syndrome.[] Rare causes of Asherman syndrome include infections of the endometrium, such as tuberculosis and schistosomiasis.[] PATIENT(S): Patients with Asherman syndrome who presented with amenorrhea or hypomenorrhea, infertility, or recurrent pregnancy loss.[]

  • Secondary Amenorrhea

    We describe step by step the diagnosis and treatment of a previously misdiagnosed case of severe Asherman's syndrome.[] The other causes of amenorrhea in decreasing frequency were: hyperprolactinemia (11.7%), hypothalamic-pituitary failure (8.0%), Asherman's syndrome (5.1%) and androgen excess[] Her virginal introitus and lack of any serious febrile illness made Asherman's syndrome highly unlikely.[]

  • Septic Abortion

    Abstract That there is a high morbidity associated with illegal abortion is well known, but its exact extent is difficult to assess, since detailed statistics are not available and the nature of the morbidity is diffuse. We have assumed that abortal sepsis is a consequence of illegal interference with pregnancy. The[…][]

  • Pelvic Adhesions

    Surgery inside the uterus, like “dilatation and curettage”, may result in intrauterine adhesions ( Asherman’s syndrome ) ( 1 ). 2.[] These kinds of adhesions are called Asherman’s Syndrome or uterine synechiae bowel obstruction.[] Related Articles: Left Side Abdominal Pain Right Side Abdominal Pain Acute Severe Abdominal Pian Chronic Constipation References: Asherman’s syndrome caused by intrauterine[]

  • Intestinal Adhesions

    Another term used to portray intrauterine attachments is Asherman's Syndrome. The most well-known reason for Uterine Adhesionsis injury to the uterine cavity.[] Such adhesions can cause Asherman's syndrome, closing the uterus and preventing menstruation.[] Surgery inside the uterus, like “dilatation and curettage”, may result in intrauterine adhesions ( Asherman’s syndrome ) ( 1 ). 2.[]

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