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Intrauterine adhesions may range from a few strand-like connections in the uterine cavity to complete obliteration of the cavity. The main risk factor for developing adhesions is prior instrumentation (e.g. curettage), although uterine infection may also play a role.
"Asherman syndrome" is synonymous with a symptomatic intra-uterine adhesion.