Fecal Impaction Dystocia
Anirban Dasgupta, Parmanand K Shah, Hemangi Choudhari
Dystocia, Fecoliths, Malpresentation, Obstructed labor, Rupture uterus
Citation Information :
Dasgupta A, Shah PK, Choudhari H. Fecal Impaction Dystocia. J South Asian Feder Obs Gynae 2018; 10 (1):66-68.
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Fecoliths cause many complications in pregnancy, such as dystocia, rupture uterus, and malpresentation. Obstructed labor due to a fecolith in the rectum and colon is very rare. We are presenting a case of obstructed labor and malpresentation caused by a large fecolith.
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