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Treating suspected uterine cavity abnormalities by hysteroscopy to improve reproductive outcome in women with unexplained infertility or prior to IUI, IVF, or ICSI

(2013) GYNECOLOGICAL SURGERY. 10(3). p.165-167
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Endometrial polyps, submucous fibroids, uterine septa, and intrauterine adhesions can be found by ultrasound (US), HSG, hysteroscopy, or any combined in 10–15 % of infertile women. Observational studies suggest a better reproductive outcome when these anomalies are removed by operative hysteroscopy. The current Cochrane review assesses the effectiveness of hysteroscopy for treating these suspected anomalies in women with otherwise unexplained infertility or prior to intrauterine insemination, in vitro fertilization, or intracytoplasmic sperm injection.
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Randomized controlled trial, Uterine cavity, abnormalities, Hysteroscopy, Subfertility

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Bosteels, Jan, Jenneke Kasius, Steven Weyers, Frank J Broekmans, Ben Willem J Mol, and Thomas M D’Hooghe. 2013. “Treating Suspected Uterine Cavity Abnormalities by Hysteroscopy to Improve Reproductive Outcome in Women with Unexplained Infertility or Prior to IUI, IVF, or ICSI.” Gynecological Surgery 10 (3): 165–167.
APA
Bosteels, Jan, Kasius, J., Weyers, S., Broekmans, F. J., Mol, B. W. J., & D’Hooghe, T. M. (2013). Treating suspected uterine cavity abnormalities by hysteroscopy to improve reproductive outcome in women with unexplained infertility or prior to IUI, IVF, or ICSI. GYNECOLOGICAL SURGERY, 10(3), 165–167.
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Bosteels J, Kasius J, Weyers S, Broekmans FJ, Mol BWJ, D’Hooghe TM. Treating suspected uterine cavity abnormalities by hysteroscopy to improve reproductive outcome in women with unexplained infertility or prior to IUI, IVF, or ICSI. GYNECOLOGICAL SURGERY. 2013;10(3):165–7.
MLA
Bosteels, Jan, Jenneke Kasius, Steven Weyers, et al. “Treating Suspected Uterine Cavity Abnormalities by Hysteroscopy to Improve Reproductive Outcome in Women with Unexplained Infertility or Prior to IUI, IVF, or ICSI.” GYNECOLOGICAL SURGERY 10.3 (2013): 165–167. Print.
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  abstract     = {Endometrial polyps, submucous fibroids, uterine septa, and intrauterine adhesions can be found by ultrasound (US), HSG, hysteroscopy, or any combined in 10–15 % of infertile women. Observational studies suggest a better reproductive outcome when these anomalies are removed by operative hysteroscopy. The current Cochrane review assesses the effectiveness of hysteroscopy for treating these suspected anomalies in women with otherwise unexplained infertility or prior to intrauterine insemination, in vitro fertilization, or intracytoplasmic sperm injection.},
  author       = {Bosteels, Jan and Kasius, Jenneke  and Weyers, Steven and Broekmans, Frank J and Mol, Ben Willem J and D'Hooghe, Thomas M},
  issn         = {1613-2076},
  journal      = {GYNECOLOGICAL SURGERY},
  keywords     = {Randomized controlled trial,Uterine cavity,abnormalities,Hysteroscopy,Subfertility},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {165--167},
  title        = {Treating suspected uterine cavity abnormalities by hysteroscopy to improve reproductive outcome in women with unexplained infertility or prior to IUI, IVF, or ICSI},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10397-013-0798-0},
  volume       = {10},
  year         = {2013},
}

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