Spontaneous uterine rupture during pregnancy after treatment of Asherman's syndrome

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      The treatment of Asherman's syndrome is often complicated by uterine perforation during hysteroscopic correction. We describe the first reported case of spontaneous uterine rupture with resultant hemorrhage during pregnancy after surgical treatment of Asherman's syndrome. This complication mandates close monitoring of these patients during pregnancy. (AM J OBSTET GVNECOL 1989;160:1053-4.)

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