Author | Stephen Corson, MD

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Hysteroscopic Fluid Management

June 30, 2011

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Hysteroscopy performed with liquid media at a sufficient pressure, usually between 70 mm and 90 mm Hg of true intrauterine pressure, will bring about satisfactory uterine distention, but not necessarily adequate visualization. Depending on the amount of intraoperative bleeding, an adequate flow rate of the media with separate channels of entry and egress is necessary to have a clear operative field.

2nd Generation Endometrial Ablation

August 24, 2006

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OBGYN.net Conference CoverageFrom American Association of Gynecological LaparoscopistsSan Francisco, California - November 2001

2nd Generation Endometrial Ablation Video

August 24, 2006

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OBGYN.net Conference CoverageFrom American Association of Gynecological LaparoscopistsSan Francisco, California - November 2001

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