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ADHESIONS

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Here are a few photos taken during actual laparoscopic procedures. The photos should be helpful to explain adhesions.

The first photo show an normal uterus, ovary and tubes.

normal female organs

The next photo also illustrates the normal organs.

The peritoneal cavity is distended with gas. Al the structures are clearly visible and do not adhere to one another. The dye indicated in the second photo was injected in the cervix to test tubal patency. The dye spilt through the tubges into the peritoneal cavity , indicating open tubes.

 

The following photos will illustrate adhesions.

Adhsions female pelvis

Adhsions woman  pelvis

Adhsions woman's organs
This photo illustrates severe adhesions.

 

The next photo was taken during a procedure to seperate (cut) adhesions that occured due to endometriosis. A cut adhesion band is clearly visible on the uterus.

(Uterus is the scientific name for the womb).

<Adhsions due to endometriosis


LAST UPDATE 24 January 2004

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