Table 1: Characteristics of 5 uterine rupture cases.

Case # 1 2 3 4 5
Age (year) 38 35 31 34 32
Paritya 0-0-2-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0
Past history & complication Myomectomy & adenomyomectomy Left hemi-uterus Myomectomy Adenomyomectomy None
Location of adenomyosis Fundus & posterior wall Rudimentary cavity & right wall Posterior wall Diffuse Diffuse
Resected tissue of adenomyosis (g) 152 178 76 80 158
Procedure of adenomyomectomy Type I Type I Type I Type II Type II
Conceive modeb IVF-ET Sp IVF-ET Sp IVF-ET
Gestational age of uterine rupture (weeks) 31 27 30 16 19
Placentation Posterior Unknown Posterior Fundus Fundus
Symptom of uterine rupture Acute abdominal pain Acute abdominal pain Acute abdominal pain Acute abdominal pain Epigastralgia
Therapy for uterine rupture Cesarean section & hysterectomy Cesarean section Cesarean section & metroplasty Metroplasty Metroplasty
Surgery diagnosis Placenta increta Uterine rupture Placenta percreta Placenta percreta Placenta percreta

aFirst: figure term delivery; second: premature delivery; third: abortion; fourth: means a liveborn infant; bIVF-ET: in vitro fertilization embryo (or blastocyst) transfer; Sp: spontaneous conception.