Pregnancy and Labor Following Resection of Ovary

Frederick W. Johnson
1916 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
has collected eleven cases. There seemed to be no great difficulty with the birth of the child, Neugebauer's own case having a spontaneous delivery, but the delivery of the placenta gave difficulty, manual extraction being necessary in a few. Each of these cases had been operated upon by some method. In each the uterine wall had been rather extensively incised and sutured. In the presence of this scar each case was delivered without accident, by vagina. This is interesting. It would seem to me
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doi:10.1056/nejm191605181742005 fatcat:uzqhkdnyvffvrnzvn7qkn4m5tu