Webinar: No need for septum incision: is it true?
Saturday 11th July, 12h45 – 14h45 CET
The ESGE, in collaboration with Facts, Views and Vision in ObGyn, organises a webinar on Septum Incision on Saturday 11th July, 2020 from 12:45 – 14:45 hrs CET.
It is generally accepted that septate uterus is related to impaired reproductive outcome. Although septum incision could be applied as a safe and successful treatment option for at least the symptomatic patients (recurrent pregnancy loss, infertility), there is a continuous debate if there is a real indication for treating patients with septate uterus. A recent publication in Human Reproduction opened again the discussion.
ESGE is organising a high-level webinar on this hot issue: internationally recognized experts representing different scientific approaches in the field will debate in front of the audience reviewing the available data.
The participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance and they will be included exclusively in an ESGE List of Specialists interested in Female Genital Anomalies, who will be used by priority in ESGE research on that issue (Delphi procedures, surveys, etc.).
Join us for this topical webinar and be included in the ESGE List of Specialists.