Vol 92, No 9 (2021)
Clinical vignette
Published online: 2021-08-25

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Evisceration of the small intestine through the vagina as a rare complication after laparoscopic pectopexy

Paulina Szymczak1, Dariusz G. Wydra1
Pubmed: 34541655
Ginekol Pol 2021;92(9):673-674.


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