Impact of hysteroscopic surgery for isthmocele associated with cesarean scar syndrome.


eMediNexus    16 September 2017

A new study published in The Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research assessed the impact of hysteroscopic surgery on isthmocele associated with cesarean scar syndrome (CSS). In this study, residual myometrial thickness and isthmocele volume were evaluated in 18 patients, before and after hysteroscopic surgery. No complications were reported. The results revealed that the residual myometrium was thicker after hysteroscopic surgery. Additionally, isthmocele volume was found to be notably reduced after hysteroscopic surgery. Hence, it was concluded that hysteroscopic surgery is effective in increasing the residual myometrial thickness and reducing the size of isthmocele.

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