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Malpresentations and Positions & Operative Obstetrics

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One of the following is a definitive indication of caesarean section (LQ)



A Previous LSCS
B Placenta previa

C Breech
D Twins in labour

Ans. B

Placenta previa

Twins in labour can be allowed normal delivery. The indication of caesarean specifically relating to twins include—

a. First twin in non-vertex presentation

b. Monochorionic monoamniotic twins

c. Previous LSCS

d. Interlocking

e. TTTS

f. Conjoint twins

Previous caesarean can be allowed vaginal birth. The success is 60%. Breech can be allowed vaginal birth either directly or as cephalic after ECV. Major degree placenta previa is the definitive indication of caesarean section.

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