Klein and Garcia listed criteria for the diagnosis of Asherman's Syndrome. The authors are from the University of Pennsylvania and Philadelphia General Hospital.


Criteria for Asherman's syndrome:

(1) permanent adherence of the anterior and posterior uterine walls

(2) partial or complete obliteration of the endometrial cavity

(3) clinical symptoms (symptomatic)


The adhesions show a variable distribution.


Clinical symptoms may include:

(1) abnormal menstruation

(2) infertility

(3) recurrent abortion


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