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Why do synechiae appear?

Synechiae is the term used to refer to adhesions that occur in the walls of the uterus. These uterine adhesions are the typical sign of Asherman's syndrome.

Most commonly, synechiae are due to uterine curettage, removal of fibroids and/or chronic endometritis. In addition, hemorrhage after natural or cesarean delivery can also cause adhesions in the uterine walls.

By (gynecologist), (embryologist), (embryologist) and (psychologist).
Last Update: 01/03/2022