Is primary cesarean section associated with a lower morbidity and mortality of mother and child than secondary cesarean section after arrested labor has been diagnosed?
Can arrested labor be treated effectively?
Is there a reproducible method of pelvimetry with few side effects?
Is there evidence from randomized and controlled studies that pelvimetry improves maternal and/or fetal outcome?
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