Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 24th, 2011
"Investigations after the first cesarean section suggested a benign nature of the mass for which she was advised surgical resection, but she refused due to social reasons. Tumor had pelvic and extrapelvic part extending through obturator foramen into the right thigh. Resection of the pelvic part by abdominoperineal approach led to a profusely bleeding bed which was managed by ligation of bilateral internal iliac artery. Resection of...
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