Obstetrics and Gynecology International / 2018 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Laparoscopic Management of Adhesions Developed after Peritoneal Nonclosure in Primary Cesarean Section Delivery

Table 2

Adhesion formation difference in all groups.

Group I (N = 89)Group II (N = 75)Group III (N = 86)

Adnexal
None344079 (91.8%)<0.001
Mild5 (5.6%)2 (2.7%)5 (5.6%)
Moderate35 (39.3%)23 (30.7%)2 (2.3%)
Severe15 (16.8%)10 (13.3%)None
Abdominal wall
None3368 (90.7%)80 (93%)<0.01
Mild8 (8.9%)7 (9.3%)4 (4.7%)
Moderate36 (40.4%)3 (4%)2 (2.3%)
Severe12 (13.4%)NoneNone
Uterus to bladder
None394473 (85.9%)<0.001
Mild4 (4.5%)5 (6.7%)8 (9.3%)
Moderate36 (40.4%)23 (30.7%)5 (5.8%)
Severe10 (11.2%)3 (4%)None
Uterus to abdominal wall
None3568 (90.7%)80 (93%)<0.001
Mild5 (5.6%)4 (5.3%)4 (4.7%)
Moderate34 (38.2%)3 (4%)2 (2.3%)
Severe15 (16.8%)NoneNone
Others
None5467 (75.3%)82 (95.3%)<0.001
Mild3 (3.4%)5 (6.7%)3 (3.4%)
Moderate25 (28%)3 (4%)1 (1.2%)
Severe7 (7.9%)NoneNone

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