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Uterine Septum 1 View 2

Hysteroscopic transection of the wedge shaped uterine septum should be transverse (from one tubal opening to the other tubal opening) and central (between the upper and lower walls of the uterine cavity), which usually results in movement of the cut tissue away from the (central) incision site. The cut tissue of a uterine septum typically has an avascular white appearance that is in sharp contrast to the surrounding pink or red uterine endometrium (lining cells of the uterine cavity).

Intraoperative and postoperative estrogen treatment is intended to regrow the endometrial lining (of the uterine cavity) over the denuded area (“bald spot”) that is created during septum transection.

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