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Ligation of internal iliac arteries for control of pelvic haemorrhage.

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Author(s): Nandanwar Y | Jhalam L | Mayadeo N | Guttal D

Journal: Journal of Postgraduate Medicine
ISSN 0022-3859

Volume: 39;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 194;
Date: 1993;
Original page

Keywords: Combined Modality Therapy | Comparative Study | Female | Hemorrhage | epidemiology | etiology | surgery | Human | Hysterectomy | Iliac Artery | surgery | Intraoperative Complications | epidemiology | etiology | Ligation | adverse effects | methods | mortality | Morbidity | Pelvis | Postoperative Complications | epidemiology | etiology | Retrospective Studies | Survival Rate | Treatment Failure

ABSTRACT
This is a retrospective review of the internal iliac ligations (IAL) done over a period of 3 years. Both gynaecological and obstetric cases were considered. A total of 46 ligations were performed. The additional treatment required was hysterectomy to control haemorrhage. Intra-and post-operative complications were noted. A comparative review of the effectiveness of IAL in different situations is done and alternative modalities of treatment are considered.
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