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    Gasymzade I.T.

    CLINICAL AND HISTOLOGIC PARAMETERS AT WOMEN WITH CERVICAL LACERATION IN LABOUR


    About the author: Gasymzade I.T.
    Heading CLINICAL MEDICINE
    Type of article Scentific article
    Annotation 82 women in childbirth with rupture of a neck of a uterus during labor are surveyed. Middle age has made 26,8±6,26 years. In 64,6 % of cases I degree of rupture of a neck of a uterus, in 35,4 % of cases - II degree is diagnosed. The conducted researches have shown that the basic clinical signs of risk of development of cervical laceration in sorts are a combination of the first labour, burdened extragenital and the gynecologic anamnesis, the complicated pregnancy, a long waterless interval. Histologic signs are inflammatory changes.
    Tags woman in childbirth, cervical laceration, inflammatory changes
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    Publication of the article «World of Medicine and Biology» №3(40) 2 part 2013 year, 064-067 pages, index UDK 616.61 – 022.3 – 053.2 : 612.017.1.