Symphysiolysis as an independent risk factor for cesarean delivery

@article{Lebel2010SymphysiolysisAA,
  title={Symphysiolysis as an independent risk factor for cesarean delivery},
  author={David Eduard Lebel and Amalia Levy and Gershon Holcberg and Eyal Sheiner},
  journal={The Journal of Maternal-Fetal \& Neonatal Medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={23},
  pages={417 - 420}
}
Objectives. To investigate whether symphysiolysis during pregnancy is a risk factor for cesarean delivery (CD). Methods. A retrospective population-based study comparing all singleton pregnancies of women with and without symphysiolysis was conducted. Deliveries occurred between the years 2000 and 2007. Multiple logistic regression models were used to control for confounders. Results. Out of 80,898 patients, 0.2% (n = 154) were diagnosed with symphysiolysis during pregnancy. Patients with… Expand
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