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Year 1996 - Volume 6 - Issue 2
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Intrauterine Synechiae
Intrauterın Sineşiler
Turkiye Klinikleri J Gynecol Obst. 1996;6(2):165-8

Article Language: TR
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Intrauterine scarring first appeared in the medical literature in 1894, when Fritsch reported a 25 year old woman who developed amenorrhea following a curretage performed postpartum (1). In 1946. Asherman described the condition that now bears his name. He described a syndrome of intrauterine adhesion formation with scarring and obliteration of the potential space of the uterine cavity resulting clinically in hypoor amenorrhea (2.3).
ABSTRACT
Intrauterine scarring first appeared in the medical literature in 1894, when Fritsch reported a 25 year old woman who developed amenorrhea following a curretage performed postpartum (1). In 1946. Asherman described the condition that now bears his name. He described a syndrome of intrauterine adhesion formation with scarring and obliteration of the potential space of the uterine cavity resulting clinically in hypoor amenorrhea (2.3).