DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20220194

Infundebulectomy in management of uterine artery or uterine wall injury during complicated and difficult caesarean section: case series study

Abo B. A. Mitwally

Abstract


It is case series trying to save uterus in situation where one site of it is severely injured or in severe uncontrollable bleeding in one of the uterine arteries either during control of massive hemorrhage associated with friable tissues with severe adhesion, some cases of placenta accrete spectrum, some cases of uterine rupture and in caesarean section myomectomy.


Keywords


Cesarean section, Rupture uterus, Post postpartum hemorrhage

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