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Splenosis is a rare benign condition which was first described in 1929. Most of cases found in men following the splenic rupture without symptom. A successful pregnancy in a splenosis woman has never been reported in English literatures. Herein we experienced a first case of a successful pregnancy in splenosis woman. She was successfully delivered a healthy male infant by Cesarean delivery using a Pfannenstiel skin incision.
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