Multidetector CT appearance of the pelvis after vaginal delivery: normal appearances and abnormal acute findings.

@article{Gui2019MultidetectorCA,
  title={Multidetector CT appearance of the pelvis after vaginal delivery: normal appearances and abnormal acute findings.},
  author={B Gui and Miriam Corvino and Pier Paolo Grimaldi and Luigi Russo and Margo Di Marco and Anna Lia Valentini and Brigida Carducci and Antonio Lanzone and Riccardo M. Manfredi},
  journal={Diagnostic and interventional radiology},
  year={2019},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={
          210-218
        }
}
Vaginal delivery is the most commonly performed delivery in the world and accounts for nearly two-thirds of all deliveries in the United States. It is a secure method but may be associated with some acute complications, especially in the immediate postpartum days, which can potentially be fatal for the mother. The most frequent acute complications are hemorrhages/hematomas, uterine rupture, endometritis, retained product of conception (RPOC), ovarian thrombosis and HELLP syndrome (hemolysis… CONTINUE READING

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