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|Title:||Risks and morbidity associated with previous cesarean section|
|Citation:||Women's Health (London, 2005), 2007; 3(1):55-61|
|Publisher:||Future Medicine Ltd.|
|Jodie M Dodd & Caroline A Crowther|
|Abstract:||Cesarean section is one of the most common surgical operations performed on women worldwide. This review will consider the benefits and harms of both vaginal birth after cesarean section and elective repeat cesarean section for women in a subsequent pregnancy. In addition, consideration will be given to the role of induction of labor for women with a prior cesarean birth, women’s views and preferences for care, and future research directions.|
|Appears in Collections:||Obstetrics and Gynaecology publications|
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