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Venous embolism of diathermy evolved gases complicating endometrial ablation using glycine irrigant.

A case is reported of venous gas embolism in a 44-year-old woman undergoing hysteroscopic endometrial ablation using glycine irrigation without gas insufflation. The postulated source of gases are the vapour and combustion products produced by the diathermy.[1]


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