Spontaneous Uterine Rupture at 16-week Gestation After Abdominal Myomectomy(Case Reports)

Muataz Al-Ramahi, Fairouz Radi, Ayman Qatawneh, Fawaz AlKazaleh

Abstract


Uterine rupture during pregnancy after abdominal myomectomy is an uncommon complication. Most of these cases occur during the third trimester of pregnancy or during labor. We report a 16-week pregnant lady with previous history of abdominal myomectomy presenting with acute abdomen. Emergency laparotomy revealed a spontaneous uterine rupture. The fetus within the amniotic sac and the placenta were expelled in the abdominal cavity. Although it is rare, uterine rupture may occur early in pregnancy.

Keywords


Myomectomy, Pregnancy, uterine rupture

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