Pregnancy Outcomes in Patients With Prior Uterine Rupture or Dehiscence

By on January 20, 2017

Women with a history of uterine rupture in labor or women with a uterine “window” (extreme thinning of the lower uterine portion) are often told that they should not conceive again because the risks are too great.  In this study, we reported excellent outcomes in a cohort of women with prior uterine rupture or uterine window.  With close monitoring and early delivery, none of the women in this study had any severe complications.

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