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Small intracranial aneurysms may have little risk for rupture

(American College of Physicians) Low-quality evidence suggests that small unruptured intracranial aneurysms (UIAs) have low risk for growth and rupture. Very small aneurysms could have even lower rate...

Experimental evidence that thrust earthquake ruptures might open faults

Many of Earth’s great earthquakes occur on thrust faults. These earthquakes predominantly occur within subduction zones, such as the 2011 moment magnitude 9.0 eathquake in Tohoku-Oki, Japan, or alon...

Don't Use CT to Rule-Out Globe Rupture

While computed tomography had high specificity for globe rupture and can be used to rule-in the disease, its sensitivity was exceptionally poor.

Oil pipeline rupture in Texas spills 1,200 barrels of crude

Cleanup efforts are underway in Central Texas after an oil pipeline rupture spilled about 50,000 gallons of crude, authorities say.

Rupture Risk Low for Small Cerebral Aneurysms

A new review shows the risk for growth and rupture of small and very small intracranial aneurysms is low, but because the evidence is poor, optimal management is still unclear. Medscape Medical News

Global and Chinese Rupture Disc Industry, 2017 Market Research Report [Updated: 21062017] Prices from USD $3000

The 'Global and Chinese Rupture Disc Industry, 20122022 Market Research Report' is a professional and indepth study on the current state of the global Rupture Disc industry with a focus on the Chinese...

Global and Chinese Rupture Disc Industry, 2017 Market Research Report [Report Updated: 21062017] Prices from USD $3000

The 'Global and Chinese Rupture Disc Industry, 20122022 Market Research Report' is a professional and indepth study on the current state of the global Rupture Disc industry with a focus on the Chinese...

Uterine Sarcomas: The Latest Approaches for These Rare but Potentially Deadly Tumors

In this review we discuss preoperative diagnosis and the role of pathology, and we summarize the current literature regarding the management of uterine sarcomas.

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Sonographic Findings and Diagnostic Pitfalls in Evaluation for Uterine Rupture in a Case of Fetal Demise and Prior Cesarean Delivery of Unknown Type.

A 38-week pregnant patient with history of cesarean delivery was admitted to the hospital for induction of labor after diagnosis of fetal demise. When the clinical picture became concerning for uterin...

Contemporary analysis of maternal and neonatal morbidity after uterine rupture: A nationwide population-based study.

Uterine rupture is a rare but feared perinatal event. Despite abundant research and changes to guidelines implemented to reduce this complication, evaluation of whether uterine rupture still engenders...

Single versus double-layer uterine closure at cesarean: impact on lower uterine segment thickness at next pregnancy.

Uterine rupture is a potential life-threatening complication during a trial of labor after cesarean. Single-layer closure of the uterus at cesarean has been associated with an increased risk of uterin...

Confirmation of posterior uterine rupture in the second trimester by magnetic resonance imaging.

Intrapartum uterine rupture is a life-threating and rare complication of pregnancy which seldom occurs in the second trimester. Typically, the diagnosis is made using ultrasound; however, magnetic res...

Uterine Rupture at 18 Weeks of Pregnancy in the Context of Malformed Uterus.

Birth defects of the female genital tract are relatively common and often asymptomatic. Despite the pregnancy outcome can be favorable, adverse obstetric outcomes are described in women with uterine m...

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