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Cervical rupture

occurs during childbirth, often pathological. Causes: inflammatory and dystrophic processes, childbirth - a large fetus, fast, "operational", stiff neck. Usually accompanied by bleeding that begins after the birth of the baby. Leaking blood is scarlet. Bleeding continues after the expulsion of the placenta, despite a good contraction of the uterus. The diagnosis is confirmed by examination using vaginal mirrors. Treatment: tears are sutured with catgut, carefully matching their edges.