CHAPTER 12: Urological emergencies in pregnancy

Moore, Caroline; Bott, Simon; Junaid, Islam
January 2007
Urological Emergencies in Hospital Medicine;2007, p117
Book Chapter
Urological conditions can present during pregnancy, and can have serious consequence for mother and fetus. Judicious use of imaging and treatment, with careful attention to the suitability of different options for the stage of pregnancy, will result in effective treatment of these conditions.


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