subinvolution


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subinvolution

(ˌsʌbɪnvəˈluːʃən)
n
(Medicine) (of organs) a partial return to normal size
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sub·in·vo·lu·tion

n. subinvolución, involución incompleta;
___ of uterus___ del útero.
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Secondary postpartum hemorrhages are less common (incidence rate 1%-2% of deliveries) and may be caused by RPOC, uterine subinvolution, endometritis, acquired or congenital coagulopathies or abnormalities of the uterine vasculature.
[1] Although a diagnosis of retained gestational products or endometritis should be considered initially, a diagnosis of PA of the uterine artery and caesarean scar dehiscence should be considered after ruling out disseminated intravascular coagulation as a possible diagnosis when a patient presents with massive uterine bleeding without any associated symptoms, such as fever and tenderness, or subinvolution of the uterus.
A semi-synthetic ergot alkaloid, Methergine is indicated for routine management of uterine atony, hemorrhage, and subinvolution of the uterus following delivery of the placenta, and for control of uterine hemorrhage in the second stage of labor following delivery of the anterior shoulder.
Postpartum complications like postpartum haemorrhage, subinvolution of uterus, sepsis, lactation difficulties are more common in multiple pregnancies.
The danger of a relaxed condition of the uterus would give rise to hemorrhage, embolism, retention of dots, favoring sepsis and subinvolution.