Abortion - complete

Alternative names
Complete abortion

A complete abortion is an abortion (induced or spontaneous) in which all of the fetal and placental material has been expelled from the uterus before 20 weeks’ gestation. This type of abortion generally does not require medical intervention. See also miscarriage.

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