Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Aim: To retrospectively investigate characteristics of patients who were operated in two referral clinics with the diagnosis of placental abruption or who had incidentally found to have placental abruption during cesarean section. Material and Methods: We reviewed patient files of 92 patients who were surgically treated with the diagnosis of placental abruption or had incidentally diagnosed with placental abruption in two referral clinics between January and December
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Mar, Vol. Abstract: In this paper, we aimed to discuss the reliability of B-Lynch suture, especially in patients with Couveliare uterus, and to present a patient who underwent bilateral uterine artery ligation in addition to B-Lynch compression suture for uterine atony resulting from abruptio placentae and developed retroperitoneal hematoma due to uterine laceration in the postpartum period.
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Couvelaire Uterus ve Uterin Atoni Olgusunda B-Lynch Kompresyon Sütürü Başarısızlığı.