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http://www.histeroscopia.med.br/hysteroscopy.htm (1998-2005)

Translated by Eurípides Tahan Vieira, MD
 

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women`s health

This link was last updated on October 01, 2000 and review on July 20, 2006.

This text should be cited as:

Afonso JS. E-book hysteroscopy. In: http://www.histeroscopia.med.br/. Access in:

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INFORMATIVE WOMEN`S HEALTH

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Adenomyosis: pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment (review) - JS Afonso, Sergio S Simões, Walter A P Pace

Este link foi atualizado pela última vez em 12 de novembro de 2005.

Este artigo deverá ser citado:

Afonso JS, Souza SS, Pace WAP. Adenomiose (Revisão). Disponível em: http://www.histeroscopia.med.br/. Acesso em:

Palavras-chave: adenomiose, histeroscopia, sangramento, dismenorréia, dor, endometriose.

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videos

This link was last updated on October 01, 2000.


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"Author". E-book hysteroscopy. In: http://www.histeroscopia.med.br/. Access in:


Adenomyosis (Walter A P Pace) 1) avi clip - 160x120 - 367KB, 2) media player - 320x240 - 547KB.

images

This link was last updated on October 10, 2005.


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"Author". E-book hysteroscopy. In: http://www.histeroscopia.med.br/. Access in:


Adenomyosis (Walter A P Pace).

Adherences (José Sebastião Afonso).

complications

This link was last updated on October 01, 2000 and review on July 20, 2005.


This text should be cited as:

Afonso JS. E-book hysteroscopy. In: http://www.histeroscopia.med.br/. Access in:


José Sebastião Afonso


contraindications

This link was last updated on October 01, 2000 and review on July 20, 2005.


This text should be cited as:

Afonso JS. E-book hysteroscopy. In: http://www.histeroscopia.med.br/. Access in:


José Sebastião Afonso


The main contraindications are:

Pregnancy.

Current or recent pelvic infection.

Current vaginitis, cervicitis and endometritis.

Recent uterine perforation.

Cancer (distension liquid).

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