Pregnancy in a uterine scar sacculus--an unusual cause of postabortal haemorrhage. A case report.

@inproceedings{Jv1978PregnancyIA,
  title={Pregnancy in a uterine scar sacculus--an unusual cause of postabortal haemorrhage. A case report.},
  author={Larsen Jv and Solomon Mh},
  year={1978}
}
The common causes of persistent vaginal bleeding after evacuation of the uterus for an incomplete abortion are usually given as: (I) failure of complete evacuation of the uterus, with retained products of conception leading to continued haemorrhage; 1 (b) trauma to the uterus (perforation) or cervix (laceration by vUlsellum or swabholding forceps); ~ib) poor contraction of the uterus, usually as a result of the use of halothane;' (iv) more rarely, coagulation defects in patients with a mid… CONTINUE READING