Less common than Bipolar Coagulation, the tubal ligation procedure known as Monopolar Coagulation uses electrical current to cauterize the tube together. It also allows radiating current to further damage the tubes as it spreads from the coagulation site, which can damage a greater portion of tube than the bipolar coagulation procedure. Many monopolar coagulation cases involve a cutting of the tubes after the procedure. When the tube has been burnt and cut, it can be repaired easily.
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