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An observational study on abnormal placentation in women with 2 or more previous cesarean sections in a tertiary care centre
New Indian Journal of OBGYN
The incidence of placenta praevia is 1 in 200 pregnancies. Incidence increases with each successive caesarean delivery. Placenta previa is the main reason for postpartum hemorrhage. With abnormal placentation emergency hysterectomy might also be needed. Women in this area are at more risk due to various religious taboos that does not allow limitation of family size. Objectives: To assess abnormal placentation in women with 2 or more previous LSCS in a tertiary care centre and also to see thedoi:10.21276/obgyn.2022.8.2.24 doaj:fe8869875eb4443bbd962548138d1220 fatcat:dq27sos6gbdaxi7yivrqei2zwu