An Unusual Case of Post-operative Ascites after Cesarean Section Delivery
Postoperative ascites is a rare complication of cesarean section delivery. Herein, we presented a women underwent cesarean section that lead to idiopathic ascites with no definitive cause. It seems that allergic or inflammatory peritoneal reaction may be responsible for this complication.
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