Asherman

Ash·er·man

(ash'ĕr-măn),
Joseph G., 20th-century-Czechoslovak gynecologist. See: Asherman syndrome.
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In 2013 Elouise fell pregnant naturally, but following an early miscarriage she needed the foetus removed surgically, which resulted in her suffering Asherman syndrome, a scarring of the cervix and uterus.
In 2013 Elouise fell pregnant naturally, but following an early miscarriage she needed the foetus removed surgically which resulted in her suffering Asherman syndrome, a scarring of the cervix and uterus.
Doctors discovered that due to the D&C Elouise had been struck down with a rare condition known as Asherman syndrome, which causes scarring of the cervix and uterus.
Study Selection: Literature search was conducted using the search terms 'endometrial fibrosis OR fibrosis AND or OR intrauterine adhesion OR Asherman syndrome OR IUA,' 'Hippo AND or OR Hippo/TAZ,' 'TGF-[sz],' and 'Wnt.
Asherman syndrome strictly comprises a combination of pain, menstrual disturbance, and subfertility in any combination.
Asherman, CB&I's President and CEO added: "We are pleased to partner with Clariant in developing this state-of-the-art catalyst facility.
Although, various methods are available, each has its own complications like, excessive bleeding, uterine perforation, syncopal attacks, shock, infection, incompetence of os, cervical stenosis, Asherman syndrome, chronic pelvic inflammatory disease, and infertility.
In addition, Asherman syndrome and cesarean scar defect clearly alter the uterus, but what are their signs on imaging?
CB&I is pleased to have been selected for this significant project following the successful completion of the front end engineering and design of the Liwa Plastics Project for Orpic," said Philip K Asherman, CB&I's president and chief executive officer.
Philip K Asherman, CB&I's president and chief executive officer, said, 'We appreciate the opportunity to work with Total, one of the world's largest integrated producers and look forward to collaborating closely with them to develop this project through FEED and beyond.
However, one patient had already developed Asherman syndrome in the curettage group within 3 months of follow-up, Dr.
We watched them work under heavy fire for 40 minutes, trying desperately to get a drip into his arm, covering his awful open chest wounds with a dressing called an Asherman Chest Seal, which has a valve to allow air and blood to escape.