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Unterschiedliche Wirkung der Hochfrequenz-diathermie und Tubenendokoagulation auf das Endometrium

  • H.-H. Riedel
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Zusammenfassung

Bei Anwendung der verschiedenen heute bekannten Sterilisationstechniken werden z. T. erhebliche Anteile der Mesosalpinx mit destruiert, was zu einer Beeinträchtigung der nervalen bzw. vaskulären Versorgung der Ovarien fuhren kann. Bereits 1889 und 1896 haben die Kieler Assistenzärzte Mond und Glaevecke und 1899 der Ordinarius für Gynäkologie und Geburtshilfe der Universitätsfrauenklinik Kiel Richard Werth, die ovariellen Ausfallserscheinungen nach Operationen am Uterus und/oder Adnexen beschrieben.

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