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Scar rupture in labor after previous lower uterine segment cesarean section the role of uterine activity measurement



Scar rupture in labor after previous lower uterine segment cesarean section the role of uterine activity measurement



British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 98(3): 265-269



A series of 12 trials of scar associated with scar rupture is reviewed. Uterine activity patterns were assessable in 10 of them. Clinical features and characteristics of the intrauterine pressure waveform and uterine activity are discussed in relation to the integrity of the scar.

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