• trauma
  • Although several modifications have been applied to the original procedure in an attempt to reduce the morbidity, bleeding arising from trauma to the uterine vessels during suture placement remains problematic. (pubmedcentralcanada.ca)
  • The changes have been designed to avoid trauma to the uterine vessels and their branches during needle insertion for suture placement. (pubmedcentralcanada.ca)
  • IUGR
  • EDS), type 3 (vascular EDS), and type 5 collagen (classical EDS) or identified increased fetal risks including prematurity, IUGR, and abnormal presentation.130,135 The increased risk of prematurity in genes involved in protein modification of type 1 collagen (kyphoscoliotic and dermatosparaxis EDS).124 Depending on the may be related to cervical incompetence or PROM. (lineburg.ru)
  • second trimester
  • According to statistics provided by the Mayo Clinic, cervical incompetence is relatively rare in the United States, occurring in only 1-2% of all pregnancies, but it is thought to cause as many as 20-25% of miscarriages in the second trimester. (wikipedia.org)
  • abnormalities
  • The relative ease of cervical examination allows observation of physiologic changes that occur in response to normal cyclic variations in ovarian hormone secretion, as well as a variety of structural abnormalities and pathologic conditions (premalignant, malignant, infection-related, benign neoplasms). (uptodate.com)
  • Some of these risks include endocrine, genetic, uterine, or hormonal abnormalities, reproductive tract infections, and tissue rejection caused by an autoimmune disorder. (wikipedia.org)
  • outcomes
  • We considered demographic, obstetric, and gynecologic histories, pre- and postoperative cervical length (CL), and CL at 20-24 weeks as parameters for predicting outcomes following TAC. (hindawi.com)
  • vagina
  • The cervical canal, which averages 3 cm long and a few millimeters wide, connects the uterine cavity with the vagina [ 2 ]. (uptodate.com)
  • The external cervical os (where the canal opens to the vagina) is small, round, and centrally placed in nulliparous women, but is more likely to be a patulous, transverse slit in women who have labored into the third stage ( figure 1 ). (uptodate.com)
  • Clinical
  • We investigated whether demographic, obstetric, and gynecologic histories and other clinical factors such as cervical length (CL) and adenomyosis are important for predicting successful delivery after TAC. (hindawi.com)