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By Eric Jauniaux, William Grobman

An informative and functional consultant to the most typical significant operation on this planet. Written through a extraordinary crew of individuals, it describes top perform for tactics, in addition to very important comparable issues.

summary: An informative and useful advisor to the commonest significant operation on this planet. Written via a distinct workforce of individuals, it describes top perform for approaches, in addition to very important comparable concerns

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G. >5000 g) Prior myomectomy Placenta praevia Non-reassuring antepartum testing Prior third/fourth degree laceration Prior caesarean section Non-reassuring intrapartum fetal testing Adapted from: Spong CY, Berghella V, Wenstrom KD, Mercer BM, Saade GR. Preventing the first cesarean delivery: summary of a joint Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Workshop. Obstetrics and gynecology.

The broad Chapter 2 The anatomy of the female pelvis ligament and the round ligaments already have been described (see ‘Entry to the uterine cavity’). The pelvic floor in females Also known as the pelvic diaphragm, the muscles forming the pelvic floor divide the pelvis superiorly from the perineum inferiorly. The levator ani and the coccygeus muscle constitute the pelvic floor. The levator ani is a V-shaped muscle that forms a sling around the rectum. It extends posteriorly from the superior surface of the pubic rami, with its fascia covering the sidewall of the pelvis over the obturator internus and the spine of the ischium, and inserts medially and behind the rectum onto the lower coccyx and the median anococcygeal raphe.

30. Rayburn WF, Schwartz WJ. Refinements in performing a cesarean delivery. Obstet Gynecol Surv 1996; 51(7): 445–51. 23 CHAPTER 2 The anatomy of the female pelvis Natalie Greenwold Introduction A good knowledge of human anatomy is pivotal to the development of surgical techniques. There were very few attempts to explore human anatomy before the fifteenth century, and in particular there were very few descriptions of the pregnant uterus until the eighteenth century. John Hunter (1728–1793), the British surgeon who became arguably the greatest anatomist in medical history and was a pioneer of many different surgical specialities, was the first to describe in detail the anatomy of the pregnant woman.

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