The current incidents reveal that the diagnosis of short cervix is really turning out to be challenging for the physicians.
Many articles have been published that talk about the diagnosis and management of shortened cervix in women.
However, there is rarely an evidence to assure you with control trials that support and guide you with clinical practice. Some evidences, though appear to have been diagnosed successfully, will contribute ambiguity on best management strategies.
This leaves numerous concerns on the diagnosis part of the issue. This means that the parameters involved in a specific case treatment might vary from patient to patient, depending on various parameters.
Hence, the treatment procedure varies from case to case. Some of the uncertainties include:
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