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Case report of Uterine Necrosis after Cesarean Section | Abstract
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International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)

Abstract

Case report of Uterine Necrosis after Cesarean Section

Author(s):Salman Al Shahed*, Abdullah Al Shehri, Haitham Bader, Yasser Habash and Ali Al Zahrani

Uterine necrosis is very rare condition. It is known in the literature as a rare post uterine artery embolization complication. By reviewing the literature, a limited data found for such an extreme rare condition post caesarian section complicated by uterine necrosis. Clinical diagnosis, radiological diagnosis and treatment. Uterine necrosis is considered as clinical dilemma. Multidisciplinary team is the key role in such a case. Conservative management still one of the options in the treatment. But according the patient condition a surgical intervention with hysterectomy is a lifesaving procedure.


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