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Diagnostische und operative Hysteroskopie

  • D. Wallwiener
  • S. Rimbach
  • G. Bastert

Zusammenfassung

In der gynäkologischen Fertilitätschirurgie kommt der Hysteroskopie eine immer größere Bedeutung zu. Durch die Optimierung der bildgebenden endoskopischen Verfahren und durch die Perfektionierung der Präparationstechniken können immer häufiger fertilitätschirurgische Indikationsbereiche der intrauterinen Pathologie operativ-hysteroskopisch angegangen werden.

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  • D. Wallwiener
  • S. Rimbach
  • G. Bastert

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