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Tentativa de Parto Normal com Subseqüente Ruptura Uterina - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta mostra médica exibe uma tentativa de parto normal após cesariana (VBAC) com subseqüente ruptura uterina (útero rompido). Mostra o feto dentro da parede uterina (no útero), com a placenta, cordão umbilical e a cicatriz de uma incisão de uma secção cesariana prévia. Mostra a enfermeira aplicando pressão de fundo no útero, fazendo com que a cabeça do infante saia pelo tecido da cicatriz do útero, com hemorragia massiva e abrupção placentária.
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