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Surgical method for treatment of nonpregnant women for cervical insufficiency

, : Surgical method for treatment of nonpregnant women for cervical insufficiency. Zentralblatt fuer Gynaekologie 103(9): 493-497

A modified technique by which to treat severe cervical insufficiency in gynecological practice, outside pregnancy is presented. The technique may be used frequently since no particular technical problems are involved, and complications are ruled which may otherwise occur when surgery is applied during pregnancy. The method also provides additional advantages over other surgical approaches commonly taken with nonpregnant women, in that it proved helpful in eliminating dilatation of the internal os uteri and other pathological conditions of the cervix uteri.


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