Congenital vesicouterine fistulas—A PRISMA‐compliant systematic review

@article{Jwik2018CongenitalVF,
  title={Congenital vesicouterine fistulas—A PRISMA‐compliant systematic review},
  author={Maciej J{\'o}źwik and Marcin J{\'o}źwik and Kamil Zaręba and Andrzej Semczuk and Beata Modzelewska and Michał J{\'o}źwik},
  journal={Neurourology and Urodynamics},
  year={2018},
  volume={37},
  pages={2361 - 2367}
}
Vesicouterine fistulas (VUFs) are infrequent abnormal connections between the bladder and the uterine cavity or cervical canal, being mainly sequelae of repeat Cesarean sections. Exceedingly rare are congenital VUFs. This is a systematic review of available world data aimed to characterize congenital VUFs and better understand the mechanism(s) of their formation. 
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