DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20162159

Spontaneous symphysiotomy: rare case review

Ankita Choudhary, Rekha Jhakhar, Balgopal Singh Bhati

Abstract


We present here a rare case of spontaneous symphysiotomy. In the case patient came with post-partum hemorrhage with severe pain in groin region, on clinical and pelvic examination there was a gap in pelvic syphysis which further confirmed by pelvic X-ray.

Keywords


Symphysiotomy, Maternal morbidity, Urinary catheter

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