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Uterine Rupture at Previous Cesarean Site - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Uterine Rupture at Previous Cesarean Site - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Ruptured Uterus - Uterine Rupture at Previous Cesarean Section Site. This full color medical exhibit illustrates the rupture of the uterus. The initial condition, illustrated with a side cut-away view of a female pelvis and uterus, points out the tearing of the scar tissue from a previous c-section. A second illustration shows a hypoxic baby and placenta expelled through the uterus into the abdomen.

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