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Am J Obstet Gynecol 2009;201:320.e1–6.Editor’s note:
There are many published literature that aim to guide the obstetrician in counseling women with a uterine scar from a previous cesarean section. However, the “holy grail” that most obstetricians seek is a tool that can be used to predict uterine rupture, as significantly more obstetricians would favor vaginal birth over cesarean section and women would be more likely to opt for this delivery option in the absence of complications.