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Restorative Surgery of the Tubes (a study of 600 personal cases)

  • Raoul Palmer
Part of the American College of Surgeons; Deutsche Gesellschaft für Chirurgie book series (DTGESCHIR)

Abstract

Organic obstruction of the tubes is still in France the most frequent factor of persistent sterility (around 40%). Pelvic adhesions are also an important factor, isolated in 5 to 10%, associated with organic obstruction in 25% at least.

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