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1/1. hysterotomy for retained placenta in a term angular pregnancy. A case report.

    BACKGROUND: Angular placentation may be a cause of retained placenta and may require hysterotomy. CASE: A 33-year-old woman with a prior cesarean section underwent an uncomplicated vaginal delivery, had a retained placenta with postpartum hemorrhage and required hysterotomy because the placenta was inaccessible due to its angular location. CONCLUSION: Antepartum ultrasound diagnosis may be possible in some cases of angular placentation.
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