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The treatment of disproportion by combined lower segment section with symphysiotomy

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(1) The indications and the technique for combined lower segment section and symphysiotomy in the treatment of disproportion are described.

(2) A small series of cases is presented in which the operation has been carried out, and reference is made to their subsequent vaginal delivery.

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McVey, H. The treatment of disproportion by combined lower segment section with symphysiotomy. Ir J Med Sci 30, 299–307 (1955). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02955273

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