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Rebecca G. Rogers, MD

Dr Rogers is Associate Chair for Clinical Integrations and Operations, Dell Medical School, The University of Texas at Austin.


The four classifications of perineal lacerations

September 02, 2019

Perineal laceration occur in up to 80% of vaginal deliveries and the severity of lacerations varies from minor lacerations that affect the skin or superficial structures of the perineum to more severe lacerations that damage the muscles fo the anal sphincter complex and rectum.