UTERINE RUPTURE A CASE REPORT
*Dr. Misba A. Chaudhary and Dr. Trupti K. Gawade and Dr. Manda S Ghorpade
Rupture uterus is defined as the dissolution in the continuity of the uterine wall beyond the period of viability. The most common etiology for uterine rupture is dehiscence of uterine scar tissue from previous ceasarean section. In patient with uterine rupture and fetal expulsion to the abdominal cavity, fetal survival becomes extremely poor. Therefore, It is important for clinicians to understand the uterine rupture and able to give prompt treatment in order to prevent maternal and fetal morbidity or mortality.
Keywords: Uterine rupture, Abdominal pain, pregnancy, multipara.
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