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Indian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Research


SeverePrimigravida with 40 Weeks of Gestation SeverePrimigravida with 40 Weeks of Gestation SeverePrimigravida with 40 Weeks of Gestation SeverePrimigravida with 40 Weeks of Gestation SeverePrimigravi


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Author Details : Sapna.I.S, Archana.K.L

Volume : 2, Issue : 3, Year : 2015

Article Page : 202-205


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Abstract

We present a 19yr old Primi Gravida with 40 weeks of gestation was referred to labour room Women & Children Hospital, affiliated to J.J.M.M.C, Davangere in view of high blood pressure for further management. She had ANC’s in a nearby PHC. Her past medical history was not significant and general physical examination revealed severe PE, an apex beat located on 5th right intercostals space, suspected dextrocardia. Caesarean section was done in view of severe PE with Unfavourable cervix. During post-partum period, chest radiograph confirmed dextrocardia and also revealed the gastric air bubble on right side which suggestive of situs inversus totalis. Abdominal ultrasonography revealed a left sided liver, gall bladder with a right side location of spleen, aorta, and inferior venecava relationship altered.


Keywords: Dextrocardia, Situs inversus, Situs inversus totalis, situs solitus.

How to cite : Sapna.i.s, Archana.k.l, SeverePrimigravida with 40 Weeks of Gestation SeverePrimigravida with 40 Weeks of Gestation SeverePrimigravida with 40 Weeks of Gestation SeverePrimigravida with 40 Weeks of Gestation SeverePrimigravi. Indian J Obstet Gynecol Res 2015;2(3):202-205

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