Surgical Management of Missed and Incomplete Abortion: Is Hysteroscopy Useful?
In this randomized controlled trial of 563 women comparing vacuum aspiration and operative hysteroscopy for incomplete spontaneous abortion, there was no difference in pregnancy rates within the following two years (62.8% hysteroscopy vs. 67.6% vacuum aspiration; risk difference, -4.8%; 95% confidence interval, -13% to 3%).
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