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Volume 50, Number 1
January 2021

Uterine rupture, though rare, has catastrophic implications on pregnancy. A scarred uterus and abnormal placentation are known to contribute to the condition. A recent Singapore study found that the most common factor is previous lower segment caesarean section for the scarred group, followed by a history of laparoscopic myomectomy.

Uterine rupture in Singapore: Trends and lessons learnt

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Recurrent vascular events in ischaemic stroke patients with diabetes

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Risk factors and outcomes of uterine rupture in Singapore: Emerging trends

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Long-term outcomes of ischaemic stroke patients with diabetes in a multi-ethnic cohort in Singapore

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Cost of inpatient rehabilitation for children with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury

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