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Table 2 Incidence of four subgroups (1–4) based on the IILFM on TV 3D US in patients with PSUAA, with PSUOA, and in the overall population with IILFM ≥ 10 mm on hysteroscopy

From: The role of diagnostic hysteroscopy in diagnosis of incomplete uterine septum in patients with recurrent pregnancy loss in the era of transvaginal 3D ultrasound scan

 PSUAA, no. = 34PSUOA, no. = 79Overall total population, no. = 113
Subgroup 1, IILFM (0.00 mm) on TV 3D US8 (23.5%)23 (29.1%)31 (27.4%)
Subgroup 2, IILFM (1–4.9 mm) on TV 3D US7 (20.6%)12 (15.2%)19 (16.8%)
Subgroup 3, IILFM (5–9.9 mm) on TV 3D US*7 (20.6%)35 (44.3%)42 (37.2%)
Subgroup 4, IILFM (≥ 10 mm) on TV 3D US*12 (35.8%)9 (11.4%)21 (18.6%)
  1. *P < 0.01