Obstetrics and Gynecology International / 2018 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

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

Table 3


Number of patientsOverall pregnancy, n (%)IUP, n (%)EP, n (%)

Duration of infertility
1–3 years5720 (20.6%)20 (57.1%)None0.05
3–5 years4015 (15.5%)13 (37.1%)2 (5.7%)
Type of tuboplasty
Fimbriolysis3512 (12.4%)12 (34.3%)None0.03
Ovariolysis188 (8.2%)8 (22.9%)None
Fimbrio-ovariolysis217 (7.2%)7 (20%)None
Proximal tubolysis155 (5.2%)1 (14.3%)1 (2.9%)
Neosalpingostomy83 (3%)1 (5.6%)1 (2.9%)
Adnexal adhesion
Mild3520 (20.6%)20 (57.1%)None0.01
Moderate4410 (10.3%)10 (28.6%)None
Severe185 (5.2%)3 (8.6%)2 (5.7%)

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