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From: The cervix as a natural tamponade in postpartum hemorrhage caused by placenta previa and placenta previa accreta: a prospective study

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Summary of the steps of the technique of cervical inversion. a: The placental bed showing significant bleeding. b: The inverted cervical lips grasped by 2 Allis forceps. c: The inverted cervical lips with Hegar dilator in between. d: Suturing the posterior cervical lip to the posterior wall of the lower uterine segment. e: Suturing the anterior cervical lip to the anterior wall of the lower uterine segment. f: The end of the procedure with the dilator being removed from the cervical canal

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