Uchida technique | definition of Uchida technique by Medical dictionary
a method of tubal ligation with injection of saline solution beneath the tubal mucosa to separate it from the underlying tube. A portion of mucosa is removed and the mucosa-free tube then retracts to form a stump that is closed with sutures.
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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.