Labor-Related Sacral and Pubic Fractures

Alonso-Burgos, Alberto; Royo, Pedro; Diaz, Lourdes; Aquerreta, J. Damaso
February 2007
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Feb2007, Vol. 89-A Issue 2, p396
Academic Journal
This article presents a case report concerning labor-related sacral and pubic fractures. The pelvic joints undergo changes during pregnancy and delivery that are due to mechanical stresses and hormonal influences. Low-back pain is also a common symptom during pregnancy and post partum because of mechanical lesions of the pelvic soft-tissues.


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