Spontaneous second-trimester uterine rupture in the absence of known risk factors: a case report.
Uterine rupture is a rare, catastrophic event in obstetrics. When it occurs, it is usually associated with prior uterine surgery, trauma, abnormal placentation, or induction of labor. Spontaneous rupture during the second trimester is exceptionally rare.
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