자궁각-난관 문합술후의 임신률
- 이정호; 김종인; 이두룡
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- Rhee, Jeong Ho; Kim, Jong In; Lee, Du Ryong
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- We have reviewed the pregnancy rate and outcome of 130 patients who underwent tubocornual anstomosis for correction of proximal tutal occlusion at Dong San Medical Center between September 1983 to May 1994. Tubal occlusion was the result of previous tubal sterilization in 115 patients(99 laparoscopic electrocautery, 16 laparoscopic ring, 1 tubal ligation with partially segmental resection and previous tubal infection in 14. Sixty four of the patients conceived(61.5%). Viable pregnancy was achieved in fifty patients (48%), tubal pregnancy in six (5.7%) and spontaneous abortion in eight(6.1%). No significant difference in pregnancy rates was found between patients with diseased cornua and those previously sterilized by either electrocautery or tubal ligation. We conclude that tubocornual anastomosis still remains the treatment of choice for patients with proximal tubal obstruction.
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