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Table 4 Relationship between the presence of isthmocele and change in uterine flexion from early pregnancy to post CS state

From: Risk factors for Korean women to develop an isthmocele after a cesarean section

  Without Isthmocele (n = 38) With Isthmocele (n = 127) P value
Flexion changed 8 (21.1%) 37 (27.1%) 0.326
 from A to P 8 (21.1%) 33 (26.0%) 0.537
 from P to A 0 (0.0%) 4 (3.2%) 0.575
Flexion did not change 30 (79.0%) 90 (70.9%) 0.326
 from A to A 23 (60.5%) 81 (63.8%) 0.716
 from P to P 7 (18.4%) 9 (7.1%) 0.057
  1. Comparisons of data were performed by Chi-squared test and significance was considered at P < 0.05
  2. A Anteflexion
  3. P Retroflexion