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Diagnosis insolvency uterine scar after cesarean section (literature review)

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2016.7(113):171–173 

Diagnosis insolvency uterine scar after cesarean section (literature review)

Goncharuk N. P., Kovyda N. R.

Kyiv maternity hospital № 1

This paper analyzes the current methods of diagnosis insolvency uterine scar after cesarean section, set basic diagnostic criteria for insolvency uterine scar.

Key words: Cesarean section, the failure of uterine scar, the diagnostic criteria.


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