Modern view on possible risks of cervical insufficiency

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The aim of the study was to estimate the most significant risk factors of cervical insufficiency (CI). Sixty retrospective chart reviews were made in patients with CI. Control group consisted of fifty pregnant women who had a threat of miscarriage in the second term but didn‘t have CI. As a result we estimated the cause-effect association between CI and curettage of uterine cavity, late spontaneous miscarriage, polycystic ovarian syndrome, hyperandrogenism, the use of uterine device, and ovariotomy.

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N A Linchenko


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