Irving technique | definition of Irving technique by Medical dictionary
a method of tubal ligation in which the uterine tubes are ligated and severed and the proximal ends are sewn into the myometrium. Also called Irving operation.
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Whereas the Irving technique has a history of postpartum use, the Uchida technique has been more commonly performed as an interval method.
The reported failure rate of the Irving technique is 2.