Reanastomosis tubárica y otras técnicas microquirúrgicas e infertilidad

  • Gustavo Gómez Tabares Universidad del Valle
  • Silvio Heriberto Estela González Universidad del Cauca

Resumen

La esterilización quirúrgica en la pasada década se ha incorporado como método masivo de control de la fertilidad. Hasta 1985 se habían esterilizado por esta técnica, 6 millones de mujeres norteamericanas por debajo de 30 años de edad. En nuestro medio el 65% de las mujeres en edad reproductiva planifican; de estas el 18% lo hacen por métodos quirúrgicos, 16% usan anticonceptivos orales y el 11% utilizan el DIU (1, 2, 3). En Norteamérica se ha estimado que alrededor del 1% de estas pacientes, buscan reanastomosis - 500.000 anualmente-. La razón usual para solicitud de reanastomosis tubárica es la separación conyugal y una nueva unión (4,5). En la actualidad la esterilización quirúrgica es el método más usado en mujeres por encima de 30 años de edad (2).  

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Biografía del autor/a

Gustavo Gómez Tabares, Universidad del Valle

Profesor Asociado Departamento de Obstetricia y Ginecología Facultad de Salud Universidad del Valle Director Clínica Endocrinología e Infertilidad Hospital Universitario del Valle 

Silvio Heriberto Estela González, Universidad del Cauca

Residente Obstetricia y Ginecología Universidad del Cauca
Rotante por la Clínica de Endocrinología e Infertilidad - 1988 Departamento de Obstetricia y Ginecología Universidad del Valle 

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1989-12-29
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Gómez TabaresG, Estela GonzálezSH. Reanastomosis tubárica y otras técnicas microquirúrgicas e infertilidad. Rev. Colomb. Obstet. Ginecol. [Internet]. 29 de diciembre de 1989 [citado 21 de octubre de 2019];40(4):301-10. Disponible en: https://revista.fecolsog.org/index.php/rcog/article/view/2506
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