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Caesarean Section and Infertility: A Case-Control Study from Zimbabwe

Citation

De Muylder, Xavier; Buekens, Pierre; & Dujardin, Bruno (2001). Caesarean Section and Infertility: A Case-Control Study from Zimbabwe. In Boerma, J. Ties & Mgalla, Zaida (Eds.), Women and Infertility in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective (pp. 109-15). Amsterdam: Royal Tropical Institute.

Abstract

This study of the levels, trends, causes and consequences of female infertility cuts through a range of disciplines. Infertility is discussed from the standpoint of demography, clinical medicine, epidemiology, anthropology and public health. The linkages of infertility to sexual and marital behavior, to sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS, to maternal health and family planning are discussed.

Reference Type

Book Chapter

Book Title

Women and Infertility in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective

Author(s)

De Muylder, Xavier
Buekens, Pierre
Dujardin, Bruno

Editor(s)

Boerma, J. Ties
Mgalla, Zaida

Year Published

2001

Pages

109-15

Publisher

Royal Tropical Institute

City of Publication

Amsterdam

Reference ID

1718