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Luxation antérieure d'un utérus rétroversé incarcéré à 21 semaines d'aménorrhée : à propos d'un cas. / [Anterior dislocation of a Incarcerated Retroverted Uterus at 21 weeks of amenorrhea : Case Report. ].

Figurelli, Justine; Bresson, Lucie; De Gasquet, Bernadette; Bigot, Julien; Langlois, Stéphane; Depret, Sandrine; Subtil, Damien.
J Obstet Gynaecol Can; 36(9): 822-825, 2014 Sep.
Artigo em Francês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-25222362

BACKGROUND:

An incarcerated uterus refers to the retroversion of a pregnant uterus within the pelvis due to the absence of a forward tilt at the end of the first trimester. An incarcerated uterus that is overlooked or only discovered perpartum can cause severe obstetrical complications. Several authors have shared their experience with uterine incarceration management at 12, 14, and 16 weeks of amenorrhea.CASE: Our report concerns a case of uterine incarceration management at 21 weeks of amenorrhea, achieved by way of a specific anesthesia protocol and the positioning of the patient, which allowed the disimpaction of the uterus with the help of external maneuvers. No recurrence was observed.

CONCLUSION:

Uterine incarceration management is possible beyond 16 weeks of amenorrhea.
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