Journal of Pregnancy and Neonatal Medicine

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Perspective - Journal of Pregnancy and Neonatal Medicine (2022) Volume 6, Issue 4

Risk factors for urological complications associated with Cesarean section-a case-control study.

Lower urinary parcel wounds at the hour of Cesarean Segment (CS) can be separated in two classifications: bladder wounds and ureteral wounds, which are more uncommon, with detailed rates. Albeit natural for most professionals, the gamble of lower urinary lot injury at the hour of CS has not been totally examined, with the majority of the proof coming from little case series. A couple of review partner and case-control studies have returned clashing discoveries, owing generally to the conflicting meanings of the wounds and absence of subtleties of the expansion and seriousness of the harm.

Author(s): Chiung Grace*

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