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78 Transabdominal Cervical Cerclage : Laparoscopy or Laparotomy

@inproceedings{Gowda201678TC,
  title={78 Transabdominal Cervical Cerclage : Laparoscopy or Laparotomy},
  author={Surakshith L. Gowda},
  year={2016}
}
Cervical incompetence is one of the common causes of recurrent pregnancy loss. Transabdominal cervical cerclage is the option where previous vaginal cerclages have failed or in patients with congenital short or absent cervix, a lacerated cervix, severe scarring of the cervix, and multiple deep cervical defects. So this review is aimed to study the effectiveness of laparoscopic cerclage in comparison with cervical cerclage by laparotomy. A literature search was performed using Springer link, BMJ… 

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