Laparoscopic treatment of uterine retroversion

Retroversion of the uterus is common. It is the normal uterine position in about 20% of all women. Weakening pelvic ligaments associated with menopause may cause this condition in women who previously did not have a retroverted uterus. Enlargement of the uterus, either as the result of a pregnancy or a tumor, may also change lead to retroversion. Scar tissue in the pelvix (pelvic adhesions) can also hold the uterus in a retroflexed position. Such scarring may result from: * Endometriosis * Pelvic inflammatory disease * Salpingitis Laparoscopic treatment of uterine retroversion

 


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