Single- versus double-layer closure of the caesarean (uterine) scar in the prevention of gynaecological symptoms in relation to niche development - The 2Close study: A multicentre randomised controlled trial 11 Medical and Health Sciences 1114 Paediatrics and Reproductive Medicine

S. I. Stegwee, I. P.M. Jordans, L. F. Van Der Voet, M. Y. Bongers, C. J.M. De Groot, C. B. Lambalk, R. A. De Leeuw, W. J.K. Hehenkamp, P. M. Van De Ven, J. E. Bosmans, E. Pajkrt, E. A. Bakkum, C. M. Radder, M. Hemelaar, W. M. Van Baal, H. Visser, J. O.E.H. Van Laar, H. A.A.M. Van Vliet, R. J.P. Rijnders, M. SuetersC. A.H. Janssen, W. Hermes, A. H. Feitsma, K. Kapiteijn, H. C.J. Scheepers, J. Langenveld, K. De Boer, S. F.P.J. Coppus, D. H. Schippers, A. L.M. Oei, M. Kaplan, D. N.M. Papatsonis, L. H.M. De Vleeschouwer, E. Van Beek, M. N. Bekker, A. J.M. Huisjes, W. J. Meijer, K. L. Deurloo, E. M.A. Boormans, H. W.F. Van Eijndhoven, J. A.F. Huirne*

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