Hysterorrhaphy | Article about hysterorrhaphy by The Free Dictionary
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The closure of a uterine incision by suture.
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The walls of the sac were then resected along with the increta placental fragments and then a hysterorrhaphy
was performed without difficulty by separate points (Figure 6).
The lack of consensus about the optimal site for performing hysterorrhaphy
is reflected by variations in surgical practice10.