Jedediah A. Kaufman

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INTRODUCTION The intrauterine device (IUD) is a well-tolerated, widely used contraceptive. A major but infrequent complication of the IUD is perforation of the uterus or cervix and migration of the device into the abdomen. Our case of laparoscopic retrieval of an IUD perforating the sigmoid colon illustrates this rare complication. METHODS A 36-year-old(More)
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