Recurrent uterine rupture during pregnancy: a case report and literature review
Clinical Practice
Greta Bakavičiūtė
Amelija Melech
Diana Bužinskienė
Gražina Drąsutienė
Tomas Poškus
Published 2015-12-29
https://doi.org/10.15388/LietChirur.2015.4.9204
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Keywords

recurrent uterine rupture
cesarean section
obstetric complication
delivery
risk factors
surgical treatment

How to Cite

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Bakavičiūtė G, Melech A, Bužinskienė D, Drąsutienė G, Poškus T. Recurrent uterine rupture during pregnancy: a case report and literature review. LS [Internet]. 2015Dec.29 [cited 2021Oct.17];14(4):274-8. Available from: https://www.journals.vu.lt/lietuvos-chirurgija/article/view/9204

Abstract

Recurrent uterine rupture is a rare and dangerous obstetric complication for both the mother and the fetus, which is why it is important to surmise, identify and treat it urgently. The aim of this article is to present a case report of recurrent uterine rupture after previous cesarean section and review the literature regarding the incidence, risk factors, clinical findings and management.

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