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Table 1 Adhesion formation in rat uterine horns Approximation Group No microscopic adhesions Mild (microscopic adhesions only) Moderate adhesions (macroscopic hom) Severe (hom and adjacent structures) (n=28) Approximation + fibrin glue (n=28) 2 2 10 11 14 13 2 2 We did not find significant differences in adhesion formation between the approximated horns and the glued homes. The majority of the animals showed abnormal mucosal fold pattern at the anastomotic site in both uterine horns. The lumina were slightly constricted in both uterine horns.
Figure 2 Partial deciliation and shortening of ciliae (at the right) in a non-anastomosed oviduct 6 weeks after operation . Scanning electron micrograph, Xl0000 Irregular vesicles demonstrating an increase of secretory activity appeared in ciliated and secretory cells. DISCUSSION Measurable pathological lesions in rabbit oviducts adjacent to an anastomose as well as on the contralateral side were found in contrast to results of Bemhardt-Huth3 • The extent of these alterations, for example thickening of the muscularis, was nearly the same on both sides.
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