Korean J Perinatol.  2007 Sep;18(3):258-264.

Delayed Interval Delivery after Emergency Cerclage of Cervical Incompetency in Twin Pregnancy by in vitro Fertilization

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  • 1Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, College of Medicine, Hallym university, Korea. jun47005@paran.com

Abstract

Twin pregnancies are at substantially higher risks for premature delivery than singleton pregnancies. This further increases their risk of perinatal and infant mortality. Recently there has been a marked increase in multiple pregnancies as a direct result of assisted reproductive technology. Cervical incompetency is a condition in which a pregnant woman's cervix begins to dilate and efface before her pregnancy has reached term. And multiple pregnancies and pregnancies by in vitro fertilization (IVF) have been increasing the risk of cervical incompetency. In twin pregnancy during preterm delivery, successful delayed-interval deliveries may improve the neonatal outcomes of the second fetus. We report a case of a delayed interval delivery in twin pregnancy of incompetent of cervix with an interval of 28 days after 3rd emergency cerclage.

Keyword

Delayed interval delivery; Emergency cerclage; Cervical incompetency
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