World Journal of
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Abstract

SPONTANEOUS UTERINE RUPTURE OF HEALTHY UTERUS: ABOUT A CASE AND LITERATURE REVIEW

*Kamal El Moussaoui, Benzina Intissar, Zainab Khallouk, Bouhache Sara, Najia Zraidi, Amina Lakhdar,
Aziz baidada and Aicha Kharbach

ABSTRACT

Uterine rupture in a healthy uterus remains a rare complication of labour. However, given its seriousness in putting the life of the mother and the fetus at risk, it is important to think about it in the presence of any metrorrhagia during labour, even in a healthy uterus. It is more frequent in the case of a scarred uterus. We present a rare case of spontaneous uterine rupture in a healthy uterus in a 28 year old patient with no previous history of We present a rare case of spontaneous uterine rupture in a healthy uterus in a 28-year-old woman with no previous pathological history, diagnosed after six hours of delivery due to postpartum haemorrhage. Through this case and the review of the literature, we discuss the extreme caution that must be maintained even in the case of a non-scarring uterus, as well as the clinical signs of appeal, the risk factors, the diagnostic methodology and the therapeutic management of this rare but potentially serious entity.

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