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Possible Causes For Puerperal hemorrhage/tears/lacerations - Causes

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List of current finding(s):

Trauma Causes
Puerperal hemorrhage/tears/lacerations
Surgical, Procedure Complication
Forceps delivery
Hereditary, Familial, Genetic Disorders
Von Willebrand's disease
Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders
Breech/difficult delivery
Dystocia/mechanical
Retained placenta
Functional, Physiologic Variant Disorders
Pregnancy, delivered, multiple birth
Vegetative, Autonomic, Endocrine Disorders
Precipitous labor
Synonyms
Bleeding from vagina, Bleeding from vagina (disorder), Bleeding from vagina (finding), Bleeding of vagina, Bleeding of vagina (finding), Bleeding of vaginal structure (finding), Bleeding vaginal, Bleeding vaginal (disorder), BPV Vaginal bleeding, BVP Vaginal bleeding, Finding of vaginal bleeding, Finding of vaginal bleeding (finding), Haemorrhage from vagina, Haemorrhage of vagina, Haemorrhage vaginal, Hemorrhage from vagina, Hemorrhage of vagina, hemorrhage vagina, HEMORRHAGE VAGINAL, Lacerated, Lacerated Wounds, Laceration, Laceration (disorder), Laceration (morphologic abnormality), Laceration injury, Laceration injury (disorder), Laceration(s), LACERATIONS, Obs vaginal bleeding, Observations of vaginal bleeding, Per vaginal bleeding, Period Postpartum, Post partum, POST PREGNANCY, postpartum, Postpartum period, POSTPARTUM STATE, Postpartum state (finding), Puerperal, PV bleeding, PV Vaginal bleeding, PV Vaginal blood loss, Tear, Tear wound, Torn, VAGINA BLEEDING, Vagina hemorrhage, VAGINAL BLEEDING, Vaginal bleeding ((NOS)), Vaginal blood loss, Vaginal haemorrhage, Vaginal Hemorrhage, Wound lacerated
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