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A decision was made to perform vaginectomy augmented by the placement of a simple introital cerclage.
The use of 17-al-pha-hydroxyprogesterone caproate (17P) had no effect on the primary outcome of preterm birth at less than 35 weeks in either the cerclage or no-cerclage groups.
What we know from the parent randomized trial is that there is a benefit from cerclage and that benefit increases as your cervical length decreases," she said.
Shirodkar, professor of midwifery and gynecology at Grant Medical College in Bombay, India, is credited with the introduction of cervical cerclage into modern obstetric practice in 1955.
With a laparoscopic cerclage performed by 12 weeks' gestation, patients for whom conventional vaginal cerclage has failed or is not possible have had successful deliveries without the extended midline incision, considerable hospital stays, or significant risks to the mother and fetus that are associated with the conventional abdominal approach.
6%, treated with cerclage wiring) and three anterior dislocations (1.
Although clinicians have recommended cerclage for shortened cervical lengths, previous randomized trials have not supported this practice," Dr.
Women were excluded from study if they had a multifetal gestation, cerclage, or cervical dilatation of more than 2 cm.
The most commonly described procedure is primary end-to-end repair, with or without reinforcing cerclage.
In the January issue, we discussed the IUD hook method of dealing with a stuck cerclage and also presented my double-suture trick for avoiding the problem in the first place.
Open reduction of the fracture is frequently required, with supplementary fixation with cerclage wires, and postoperative traction may be necessary.
When removing a cerclage at term, sometimes both the knot and the suture have retracted into the cervix and are difficult to find.
One patient sustained an intra-operative femoral fracture below the lesser trochanter, requiring cerclage wiring.
However, cervical cerclage and induction of labor appeared to be risk factors for cervical laceration in these deliveries, wrote Dr.