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Management of a high-risk pregnancy after cervical amputation. A case report

D. Gradinaru-Fometescu, D. Voicu, O. Munteanu, O. Bodean, S. Vasilescu, P. Brătilă, M. Cîrstoiu


Abstract: A pregnancy becomes at high-risk when the life of the mother or the fetus is becoming fragile. Nowadays, many health problems come to different women before pregnancy and then extended during and after pregnancy. Health problems can occur before a woman becomes pregnant or during pregnancy. We report the management of a 48 -year- old female patient with pregnancy obtained via in vitro fertilization with the use of donor oocytes and prophylactic transabdominal cerclage for history of cervical amputation, diagnosed with gestational diabetes mellitus. During the 38 week of pregnancy she delivered by cesarean section, a healthy fetus.
DOI:10.18643/gieu.2017.111

Keywords: prophylactictransabdominal cerclage, cervical amputation.

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