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Cervical prolapse and concomitant uterine anomaly at term pregnancy: A case report
The Medical Journal of Goztepe Training and Research Hospital
Uterine anomalies and cervical prolapse in pregnancy are two rare clinical conditions. A 39-year old pregnant woman admitted to the hospital with premature rupture of the membrans during labor at 38 weeks of gestation and a concomitant maternal mullerien duct anomaly and cervical prolapse. We determined an edematous, partially ulcerated and hardly reducing cervix on pelvic examination. Sonographic examination revealed an enlarged uterus carriying the fetoplasental units in the left compartmentdoi:10.5222/j.goztepetrh.2013.153 fatcat:vufbnu3jpza6zik7vwcvtjfflq