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The Case of Pregnancies After Manchester-Fothergill Operation
Journal of surgery (Lisle, IL)
The Manchester-Fothergill operation (MF) has largely been replaced by Vaginal Hysterectomy (VH) however the MF procedure may permit to preserve the fertility in many cases of genital prolapse. Objective: To obtain pregnancies after MF procedure. Materials and Method: Four women submitted to MF desiring pregnancy. Results: Every patient became pregnant with deliveries near term. Conclusion: The MF operation should be taken into account in fertile women even in view of the fact that the long-term outcome is similar to VH.doi:10.29011/2575-9760.000166 fatcat:mt7o3qzbvraehlfsd2s5d5wlbi