volume 43, issue 04, P311-316 2021
DOI: 10.1055/s-0041-1728781
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Beate Hüner, Krisztian Lato, Frank Reister, Wolfgang Janni, Miriam Deniz

Abstract: AbstractA cesarean scar pregnancy (CSP) is a scary and life-threatening complication of cesarean section (CS). Nevertheless, the incidence of CS is constantly growing. The CSP incidence is 0,15% of pregnancies after CS which represents 6,1% of all ectopic pregnancies in women with condition after CS. Therefore, it should be more present in the clinical daily routine. From mild nonspecific symptoms to hypovolemic shock, diagnosis and therapy must be performed quickly. With the progressive growth of the scar pre…

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