Abdominal Adhesion

What are Abdominal Adhesions?

Bands of scar tissue that join two parts of tissue together that would otherwise not be physiologically joined together constitute adhesions. These abnormal connections have a plastic wrap appearance. They appear like thin sheets or thicker fibrous bands.

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Latest Abdominal Adhesion News and Research

PregLem announces exclusive in licensing agreement with Merck Serono for Bentamapimod

PregLem announces exclusive in licensing agreement with Merck Serono for Bentamapimod

Pregabalin reduces abdominal pain and improves sleep in women with adhesions

Pregabalin reduces abdominal pain and improves sleep in women with adhesions

Link between peritoneum closure and fewer adhesions

Link between peritoneum closure and fewer adhesions

Painful surgical adhesions may be preventable by taking the COX-2 inhibitor Celebrex

Painful surgical adhesions may be preventable by taking the COX-2 inhibitor Celebrex