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Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics & Gynecology  2008, Vol. 35 Issue (2): 133-136    DOI:
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“Chromohysteroscopy” for evaluation of endometrium in recurrent miscarriage
T. Küçük1, *(), S. Deveci2
1Department Obstetrics and Gynecology, GATA School of Medicine, Ankara (Turkey)
2Department Pathology, GATA School of Medicine, Ankara (Turkey)
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Abstract  
Purpose: “Chromoendoscopy” results in 34 recurrent miscarriage (MR) patients in whom conventional hysteroscopy did not show any apparent endometrial pathology. Method: 5 ml of 1% methylene blue dye was introduced through the hysteroscopic inlet. Results: The study group was classified according to the staining characteristics. Group I included 19 patients in whom focal dark staining was observed. Group II included 15 patients in whom diffuse light blue staining was observed. There was no significant difference between the two groups in age, smoking, status, BMI, number of miscarriages and in mean gestational age of the miscarriages. Time to hysteroscopy after the last miscarriage was shorter in Group I (63.9 vs 95.3 days). Then, the study group was classified according to the histopathology result. Group I included ten cases of endometritis while Group II included 24 cases with a normal histopathology. The mean number of miscarriages was higher in Group I (3.4 vs 2.5). Conclusion: Chromohysteroscopy improves the efficacy of hysteroscopy in RM cases and is warranted after three miscarriages in two cycles time.
Key words:  Hysteroscopy      Chromohysteroscopy      Recurrent miscarriage      Endometrium     
Published:  10 June 2008     
*Corresponding Author(s):  T. KÜÇÜK     E-mail:  tansukucuk@gmail.com

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T. Küçük, S. Deveci. “Chromohysteroscopy” for evaluation of endometrium in recurrent miscarriage. Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics & Gynecology, 2008, 35(2): 133-136.

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