Associate Professor Tsaltas Explains Asherman’s Syndrome
Asherman’s Syndrome (also known as intrauterine adhesions) is a condition where the cavity of the uterus develops scar tissue or adhesions. It is a rare but serious condition.
Asherman’s Syndrome occurs as a result of surgery inside the uterus. The most common cause is a curette to treat miscarriage.
Asherman’s Syndrome must be assessed by ultrasound.
After careful assessment and investigations, I will advise on appropriate surgery. In many cases, I am able to perform hysteroscopic surgery under ultrasound guidance.