Inversion of the uterus during Methoxyflurane anaesthesia
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A case of postpartum uterine inversion is presented as a possible complication of prolonged methoxyflurane-oxygen anaesthesia.
KeywordsHalothane Oxytocin Uterine Cavity Methoxyflurane Delivery Room
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