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Jugosl Ginekol Perinatol. 1991 Jan-Apr;31(1-2):31-4.

[Pregnancy outcome after conization].

[Article in Croatian]

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  • 1Klinika za zenske bolesti i porode Medicinskog fakulteta Sveucilista u Zagrebu.

Abstract

The outcome of pregnancy in 68 women with previously made conisation of the uterine cervix is presented. As a control group were 68 pregnancies which were the first in the protocol following the examined ones. Of 68 women of observed group there were 45 (66.2%) term deliveries, 10 (14.7%) preterm deliveries, and 13 (19.1%) spontaneous abortions, while in women of control group the results were 52 (76.5%), 6 (8.8%) and 10 (14.7%) respectively. This did not represent a statistical significance (chi 2 = 1.89; p less than 0.05). In the first desired pregnancy after conisation 43 (63.2%) women were resting in bed and taking medicaments, 20 (29.4%) had cervical cerclage, while in women of the control group there were 14 (20.6%) and 5 (7.4%), respective what represents statistically significant difference (chi 2 = 25.4; p less than 0.01; chi 2 = 11.3; df = 1, p less than 0.01). Of 43 women of observed group with resting and medicaments in pregnancy 33 (76.7%) had term deliveries, 8 (18.6%) preterm deliveries and 2 (4.7%) spontaneous abortions, while in 25 women without resting and no medicaments, the results were 13 (52%), 11 (44%), 1 (4%) respectively. This represents statistical significant difference (chi 2 = 4.42; p less than 0.05). In the control group of 54 women without resting and no medicaments, there were 45 (83.3%) term deliveries, 3 (5.6%) preterm deliveries and 6 (11.1%) spontaneous abortions, while in 25 women after conisation and no resting there were 13 (52%), 11 (44%), 1 (4%) respectively. This represents a statistical significance (chi 2 = 8.59; p less than 0.01). (ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)

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