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Intento de parto vaginal después de una cesárea (VBAC) con ruptura uterina subsiguiente - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Intento de parto vaginal después de una cesárea (VBAC) con ruptura uterina subsiguiente - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Útero roto. Esta muestra médica ilustra el intento de un parto vaginal después de una cesárea (VBAC) con ruptura uterina subsiguiente. La primera imagen ilustra la pelvis de la madre antes de la operación con un feto (bebé) formado por completo que muestra la marca de una cicatriz en el útero por causa de una cesárea previa. La segunda imagen ilustra la cabeza del bebé que sobresale del útero rasgado así como la hemorragia masiva por desprendimiento prematuro de la placenta.

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