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This analysis controlled for multiple potential confounders, including age, comorbid diabetes, tobacco use, surgeon, hysterectomy approach, use of robotics, uterine weight, the number of additional procedures performed, and revised American Fertility Society adhesion and endometriosis scores.
The American Fertility Society classifications of adnexal adhesions, distal tubal occlusion, tubal occlusion secondary to tubal ligation, tubal pregnancies, mullerian anomalies and intrauterine adhesions.
Adhibit was shown to reduce post-operative adhesion formation as measured by the modified American Fertility Society (mAFS) score, a scoring system that factors in both the extent and tenacity of adhesions.
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), formerly called the American Fertility Society, is a private group that has been most active in attempting to set professional practice standards.
13, 1993, at the annual meeting of the American Fertility Society, held in Montreal.
So with lobbying support from the American Fertility Society, and the willing cooperation of Senator Edward Kennedy (D-mass.
The American Fertility Society takes the position that cryo programs should not preserve embryos "for longer than the reproductive life of the female donor.
Patients with and without endometriosis who received Oxiplex/AP Gel during surgery had reduced adhesion formation as compared to patients who did not receive the gel, as demonstrated by statistically significant reduction in American Fertility Society (AFS) adhesion scores.