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Meriem Fekih, Anis Memmi, Sonia Nouri, Lassad Ben Regaya, Sassi Bouguizene, Habib Essaidi, Anouar Chaieb, Mohamed Bibi, Hassen Sboui, Hedi Khairi
BACKGROUND: Rupture of pregnant rudimentary horn in a pseudounicornuate uterus is usually resulting in severe and dramatic haemoperitoneum at the beginning of the second trimester of gestation. Advanced abdominal pregnancy due to horn rudimentary uterine rupture with delivery of a viable fetus is exceptional. AIM: To analyse obstetrical entailments, diagnosis and current concepts of management of advanced abdominal pregnancy secondary to rudimentary horn rupture...
September 2009: La Tunisie Médicale
Miguel Eloy Torcida González, Ricardo J Hernández Herrera, Mauro Ochoa Torres, Luis Fernando Ramírez Sánchez
Polycystic kidney disease is a common genetic cause of chronic kidney disease, characterized by the formation of multiple cysts in the kidneys and other organs, occurs in 1 in 20,000 live births. 30 to 50% of affected newborns die shortly after birth because of respiratory and renal insufficiency. This study reports the case of a newborn with polycystic kidney disease diagnosed by obstetric ultrasound at 26 weeks of gestation and kidneys anhidramnios due to increased volume and appearance "in sponge." Neonato a primigravida 19 years of age...
May 2009: Ginecología y Obstetricia de México
Sara Morales Hernández, Mary Flor Díaz Velázquez, Edgardo Puello Tamara, Jorge Morales Hernández, Maria Antonia Basavilvazo Rodríguez, Polita del Rocío Cruz Cruz, Marcelino Hernández Valencia
Abdominal pregnancies are the implantation of gestation in some of the abdominal structures. This kind of pregnancies represents sevenfold maternal death risk than tubarian ectopic pregnancies, and 90-fold death risk than normal ones. Previous cases have erroneously reported as abscess in Douglas punch, and frequently result in obitus or postnatal deaths. We report a case of a patient with 27 years old, and diagnosis of 25.2 weeks of pregnancy, prior placenta and anhidramnios, referred due to difficult in uterine contour delimitation, easy palpation of fetal parts, cephalic pole in left hypochondrious and presence of mass in hypogastria, no delimitations, pain with mobilization, no transvaginal bleed and fetal movements...
October 2008: Ginecología y Obstetricia de México
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