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Fractional Curettage, DEC, Karman Aspiration

Fractional curettage and DEC are procedures commonly performed under local anesthesia, but if necessary, they can also be done under general anesthesia. These procedures involve the removal of pathological changes or mucosal formations in the uterus.

DEC (Dilation, Evacuation, Curettage) is a procedure used to remove pregnancy failure or retained products of conception. The procedure is performed under local or general anesthesia.

Karman Aspiration or Aspiration Curettage is a procedure performed under local anesthesia or analgosedation. In this procedure, a specially designed plastic catheter is used to enter the interior of the uterus, and the content of the uterus is aspirated under negative pressure. The advantage of this method over traditional curettage is that sharp, iron instruments are not entered in the uterus, which reduces the risk of complications. The procedure is quick, painless, and results in less vaginal bleeding afterward.

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