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Towards a genetic dissection of the basis of triplet decoding, and its natural subversion: programmed reading frame shifts and hops



Towards a genetic dissection of the basis of triplet decoding, and its natural subversion: programmed reading frame shifts and hops



Annual Review of Genetics 25: 201-228



Obstetric hysterectomy is often performed as an emergency life-saving procedure. This retrospective report reviews the 11 years experience (1-1 1980 through 31-12-1990) at Mangiagalli Hospital, Milan. During this time 50 obstetric hysterectomies (incidence rate = 0.12%) were performed; cesarean hysterectomies were 30 (60%), hysterectomies after cesarean section 14 (28%) and after vaginal delivery 6 (12%). Its rate during or after cesarean section was 0.44% and after vaginal delivery was 0.02%.

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DOI: 10.1146/annurev.ge.25.120191.001221


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