Figure 3. Findings at laparotomy - HM: hematometra, HC: hematocervix, HS: hematosalpinx.
Figure 4. Lateral view near the end of abdominal hysterectomy. It shows hematometra ((HM)) and hematocervix (HC). Lower end of the hematocervix is seen as a rounded closed part.
Figure 5. Surgical specimen. The hematocervix (HC) is opened to show its inside.
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