Anatomy of Asherman's syndrome

2021-05-13 11:51 AM

Curettage has little endothelial tissue. Sticky areas in the uterus are smooth muscle or fibres, with a mild inflammatory response.

This syndrome can occur after an abortion or postpartum uterine curettage, especially when the uterus becomes infected. Endothelial damage can cause amenorrhea or amenorrhea and infertility.

Uterine curettage in the absence of pregnancy has little or no such complications.

Micro:

Curettage has little endothelial tissue. Sticky areas in the uterus are smooth muscle or fibres, with a mild inflammatory response.

Diagnosis is based on hysteroscopy or imaging with contrast. Curettage treatment to remove the adhesive and insert an IUD in the uterus, along with treatment with oral contraceptives (estrogen-medroxyprogesterone).