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Pus leakage into abdominal cavity through oviduct in a Siberian husky with pyometra

Cho UR, Kim IH, Hwang DY, Kang HG

A 7-year-old, intact, female Siberian husky was presented to the Veterinary Medical Center of Chungbuk National University because of vomiting and diarrhea after a fight with a cohabiting dog. Physical...
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Obstetric outcome of induction of labor using prostaglandin gel in patients with previous one cesarean section

Sangwan V, Siwach S, Lakra P, Sangwan M, Singh S, Mahendru R

OBJECTIVE: After globally acceptance of planned vaginal birth after cesarean section (VBAC), the mode of induction is still a matter of debate and requires further discussion. We aimed to study...
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Repetitive Spontaneous Uterine Rupture in the First Trimester after Laparoscopic Myomectomy: A Case Report and Review of Literature

Kim S, Cho HJ, Park HS, Lee CH, Yoon SH, Roh JW, Kwon H

Uterine rupture during pregnancy is one of the most life-threating complications to both mother and fetus. Uterine rupture after myomectomy generally occurs in the third trimester or during labor, therefore,...
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Spontaneous Uterine Rupture after Uterine Artery Embolization for the Treatment of Uterine Myomas

Kim SJ, Kim AM, Kim TY, Kim JW, Kim YH

As intervention techniques have been developed recently, minimal invasive treatment for uterine myoma using uterine artery embolization is receiving attention increasingly. Uterine rupture occurs rarely, but once it occurs, it...
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Spontaneous uterine rupture due to placenta percreta in the second trimester of pregnancy: a case report

Seo SY, Kim DW, Kim BM, Chun SW

A 32-year-old multiparous woman (gravida 2, para 2) with a history of previous cesarean section had acute abdominal pain and collapsed at 21 weeks of gestation. Exploratory laparotomy was performed...
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Giant invasive mole presenting as a cause of abdominopelvic mass in a perimenopausal woman: An unusual presentation of a rare pathology

Akyol A, Simşek M, Üçer O

Invasive mole is a benign gestational trophoblastic disease that arises from the myometrial invasion of any gestational event via direct extension through tissue or vascular structures. Invasive mole (and other...
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Uterine rupture in pregnancies following myomectomy: A multicenter case series

Kim HS, Oh SY, Choi SJ, Park HS, Cho GJ, Chung JH, Seo YS, Jung SY, Kim JE, Chae SH, Hwang HS

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this case series was to retrospectively examine records of cases with uterine rupture in pregnancies following myomectomy and to describe the clinical features and pregnancy outcomes. METHODS:...
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Monochorionic twin delivery after conservative surgical treatment of a patient with severe diffuse uterine adenomyosis without uterine rupture

Kwack JY, Jeon SB, Kim K, Lee SJ, Kwon YS

A 31-year-old nulliparous woman with severe diffuse uterine adenomyosis, which replaced nearly the whole uterine myometrium, visited our hospital due to severe dysmenorrhea, menorrhagia, and a desire to have a...
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Evaluation of the Success Rate Following Amnioinfusion in Pregnant Women Undergoing External Cephalic Version after Initial Failure

Shin YJ, Ahn HK, Han JY

PURPOSE: To evaluate the success rate following amnioinfusion in pregnant women undergoing external cephalic version (ECV) after initial failure. METHODS: This prospective study enrolled 17 consecutive pregnant women from October 2013...
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Spontaneous Uterine Rupture during Second Trimester Pregnancy after High-intensity Focused Ultrasound

Kang YD, Park CH

Uterine rupture during pregnancy does not occur frequently, but is associated with high rates of maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality. As a non-invasive and conservative approach, high-intensity focused ultrasound...
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Two pregnancy cases of uterine scar dehiscence after laparoscopic myomectomy

Song SY, Yoo HJ, Kang BH, Ko YB, Lee KH, Lee M

Uterine scar dehiscence following laparoscopic myomectomy rarely occurs but can compromise both maternal and fetal well-being in subsequent pregnancy. We here present two cases of pregnancy complicated by preterm birth...
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Obstetric outcomes after uterine myomectomy: Laparoscopic versus laparotomic approach

Kim MS, Uhm YK, Kim JY, Jee BC, Kim YB

OBJECTIVE: To compare the pregnancy-related complications after laparoscopic and laparotomic uterine myomectomy. METHODS: A retrospective study of 415 women who received laparoscopic (n = 340) or laparotomic (n = 75) resection...
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Spontaneous Uterine Perforation from Pyometra: A Case Report

Cho S, Choi SW, Kang TK, Kim HJ, Oh SC, Ryu SY

  • KMID: 1997566
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2013 Jun;24(3):318-321.
Pyometra is the accumulation of pus in the uterine cavity. The incidence of pyometra in elderly patients is approximately 13.6%. Abdominal pain, fever, and vaginal discharge are the usual symptoms,...
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Conservative multidisciplinary management of placenta percreta following in vitro fertilization

Shim JY, Hong SY, Won HS, Lee PR, Kim A

  • KMID: 2313948
  • Obstet Gynecol Sci.
  • 2013 May;56(3):194-197.
Placenta percreta is an extremely rare and the most severe form of placental invasion, that is associated with severe maternal morbidity and mortality. We report a case of nulliparous woman...
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Recurrent spontaneous uterine rupture during the third trimester in a woman with history of laparoscopic cornual resection and cervical dysplasia

Lee GM, Jang HY, Chang SW, Jong SH, Moon MJ, Kim YR, Ahn EH

Uterine rupture during the course of pregnancy is an uncommon obstetric event. Rupture of an unscarred uterus is rare, whereas rupture of a scarred uterus is more common and is...
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Successful conservative management of a viable Cesarean scar pregnancy: A case report

Lee JE, Choe SA, Ku SY, Kim SH, Choi YM, Kim JG, Moon SY

Cesarean scar pregnancy is the one of the rarest forms of ectopic pregnancy and is associated with severe complications, such as uncontrollable bleeding and uterine rupture. However optimal treatment has...
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A case of ruptured gravid uterus at 35 weeks' gestation after cornual resection

Kim MJ, Lee MR, Jeon HJ, Choi SA, Cho EK, Kim YS, Bae DH

Uterine rupture in pregnancy is a rare condition, but an obstetric emergency. It threatens the life of both the mother and the newborn. Hemorrhage from the wound surface is the...
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A case of successful delivery after ultrasound guided hysteroscopic removal of intrauterine device with missing tail during early pregnancy

Ko JH, Kang HJ, Seo KJ, Kwon HS, Sohn IS, Bae J, Hwang HS

  • KMID: 2083906
  • Korean J Gynecol Endosc Minim Invasive Surg.
  • 2011 May;23(1):51-55.
In case of intrauterine pregnancy with an intrauterine device (IUD), it is recommended to remove the device because of the increased risk of abortions, septic complications and premature delivery. But...
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Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type IV and the Management of Its Vascular Complication

Park JK

Ehlers-Danlos syndrome type IV (EDS IV), the vascular type of EDS, is an inherited connective tissue disorder due to abnormal procollagen III synthesis by mutation of the COL3A1 gene. EDS...
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Successful management of cesarean scar pregnancy at 13 weeks of gestation by uterine artery embolization: A case report

Seok JM, Moon MJ, Chang SW, Lee YM, Jang JH, Baek MJ

Cesarean scar pregnancy, in which the pregnancy is implanted at the previous cesarean scar, is a very rare form of ectopic pregnancy. A delay in diagnosis can lead to uterine...
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