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Table 1 Review of literature on pelvic organ prolapse in pregnancy

From: Uterovaginal prolapse in a primigravida presenting in active first stage of labor: a case report

Study Year Age Parity Mode of delivery Birth weight (g) Complications reported Follow-up
Ghose et al. [8] 2012 26 Primigravida Spont.Del.* 2100 None reported NA
Zeng et al. [7] 2018 27 G3P2 Cesarean section 2480 None reported NA
Zeng et al. [7] 2018 33 G2P1 Spont.Del.* 2680 None reported POP recurred
Cingillioglu et al. [10] 2010 29 G3P2 Cesarean section 2960 None reported POP resolved
Meydanli et al. [9] 2006 30 G6P5 Cesarean section 2300 Cesarean hysterectomy, cervical dystocia No vaginal vault prolapse
Mohamed-Suphan and Ng [3] 2012 26 G4P2 Cesarean section 3100 None reported POP persisted
Kim et al. [1] 2016 32 Primigravida Spont.Del.* 2670 None reported POP resolved
Saha et al. [2] 2015 28 G4P3 Expelled abortus NA Urine retention, abortion POP resolved
Yousaf et al. [12] 2011 35 G2P1 Spont.Del.* 2400 Cervical laceration, hydronephrosis POP persisted
Kart et al. [15] 2010 21 G4P3 Spont.Del.* 860 Preterm delivery POP persisted
Kart et al. [15] 2010 36 G3P2 Spont.Del.* 3300 None reported POP persisted
Buyukbayrak et al. [6] 2010 19 Primigravida Spont.Del.* 3200 None reported POP resolved
Ishida et al. [5] 2014 31 Primigravida Cesarean section 3230 Cervical edema POP resolved
Our patient 2012 30 Primigravida Spont.Del.* 3000 Cervical laceration NA
  1. Spont.Del.*, spontaneous delivery; NA, not applicable