Late Follow-Up and Functional Outcome after Traumatic Reproductive Tract Injuries in Women

Fallat, Mary E.; Weaver, Jane M.; Hertweck, S. Paige; Miller, Frank B.
September 1998
American Surgeon;Sep1998, Vol. 64 Issue 9, p858
Academic Journal
Assess female reproductive tract injuries and late effects on sexual and reproductive function. Comparison of etiology and severity between coital and non-coital injuries; Incidence of pregnancies, minor dyspareneuniafter pelvic fracture and shock; Association of noncoital injuries with multiple severe injuries and required operative intervention.


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