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Online Publishing Date:
01 / 07 / 2024

 


An effectively handled case of abnormal uterine bleeding due to retained intrauterine bony fragments: A rare case report

Shweta Sharma, Mohit Gaur, Deepa Singh.


Abstract
The presence of retained intrauterine fetal bones is a rare but well-known entity. Patients may present with abnormal uterine bleeding, subfertility, secondary infertility, chronic pelvic pain, vaginal discharge, and, pelvic inflammatory disease. Calcification appears as a hyperechoic area on ultrasound. Hysteroscopy-guided removal of bony fragments is the most widely practiced management and leads to complete resolution of symptoms.

Key words: Abnormal uterine bleeding, Bony fragment, Infertility


 
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Sharma S, Gaur M, Singh D. An effectively handled case of abnormal uterine bleeding due to retained intrauterine bony fragments: A rare case report. A-JMRHS . 2024; 2(2): 44-46. doi:10.5455/AJMRHS.1107202300026


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Sharma S, Gaur M, Singh D. An effectively handled case of abnormal uterine bleeding due to retained intrauterine bony fragments: A rare case report. https://www.ajmrhs.com/?mno=207238 [Access: July 01, 2024]. doi:10.5455/AJMRHS.1107202300026


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Sharma S, Gaur M, Singh D. An effectively handled case of abnormal uterine bleeding due to retained intrauterine bony fragments: A rare case report. A-JMRHS . 2024; 2(2): 44-46. doi:10.5455/AJMRHS.1107202300026



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Sharma S, Gaur M, Singh D. An effectively handled case of abnormal uterine bleeding due to retained intrauterine bony fragments: A rare case report. A-JMRHS . (2024), [cited July 01, 2024]; 2(2): 44-46. doi:10.5455/AJMRHS.1107202300026



Harvard Style

Sharma, S., Gaur, . M. & Singh, . D. (2024) An effectively handled case of abnormal uterine bleeding due to retained intrauterine bony fragments: A rare case report. A-JMRHS , 2 (2), 44-46. doi:10.5455/AJMRHS.1107202300026



Turabian Style

Sharma, Shweta, Mohit Gaur, and Deepa Singh. 2024. An effectively handled case of abnormal uterine bleeding due to retained intrauterine bony fragments: A rare case report. Asian Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (A-JMRHS), 2 (2), 44-46. doi:10.5455/AJMRHS.1107202300026



Chicago Style

Sharma, Shweta, Mohit Gaur, and Deepa Singh. "An effectively handled case of abnormal uterine bleeding due to retained intrauterine bony fragments: A rare case report." Asian Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (A-JMRHS) 2 (2024), 44-46. doi:10.5455/AJMRHS.1107202300026



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Sharma, Shweta, Mohit Gaur, and Deepa Singh. "An effectively handled case of abnormal uterine bleeding due to retained intrauterine bony fragments: A rare case report." Asian Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (A-JMRHS) 2.2 (2024), 44-46. Print. doi:10.5455/AJMRHS.1107202300026



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Sharma, S., Gaur, . M. & Singh, . D. (2024) An effectively handled case of abnormal uterine bleeding due to retained intrauterine bony fragments: A rare case report. Asian Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (A-JMRHS), 2 (2), 44-46. doi:10.5455/AJMRHS.1107202300026