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A Rare Case of Full Term Pregnancy with Incisional Hernia with Gangrenous Abdominal Wall

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 5)

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Page : 516-517

Keywords : LFT; HB; TLC; CS; LSCS; VBAC; G3P2L1;

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An unusual case of 30 year female, G3P2L1 with full term pregnancy with incisional hernia due to previous caesarean section came to emergency with gangrene of anterior abdominal wall. She had obstetric history of LSCS for first pregnancy at periphery for obstructed labour 5 year back, followed by VBAC in subsequent pregnancy, male child 3 year back at periphery. Now she came to our emergency with complaint of pain abdomen. she delivered a full term male child per vaginally, during delivery abdominal wall burst and she was shifted to OT and resection of gangrenous anterior abdominal wall with primary closure done. Patient was discharged on 7th postoperative day with satisfactory condition.

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