Obstetric and gynecological outcome in a patient with traumatic pelvic fracture and perineal injuries
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research,

Goswami D et al. – Pelvic fractures may be associated with genitourinary and anal sphincter injuries, which require management by a multidisciplinary team. On recovery the patient may develop prolapse, dyspareunia and persistent local pain. Spontaneous conception and normal vaginal delivery are nevertheless possible.

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