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This research was designed to determine if placental thickness measured from MRI images was related to placenta perspiration in patients with placenta previa patients with placenta previa. Placenta increta, placenta accreta, and normal placentas were all significantly higher than in patients with placenta percreta. Placental thickness was the only independent risk factor for placenta peregrina, according to the Multivariate study. In patients with placenta previa, the cutoff value of placental thickness was 4. 35 cm for differentiating placenta perfora. Patients with placenta percreta had the highest placental thickness, according to a study by patients with placenta percreta.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00261-022-03676-1
It's extremely unusual to find a PAS without placenta previa. Case description A 35-year-old woman, gravida 2 para 1, had undergone hemorrhage in the United Arab Republic following vaginal delivery in her previous pregnancy, which was followed by uterine atony. During cesarean section, we discovered that the placenta was not isolated from the uterine body, and that the patient was confirmed to have uterine body PAS. When a subsequent pregnancy after UAE is followed by placenta previa, it is vital to maintain a high level of suspicion of uterine body PAS without being deceived by the presence of placenta previa.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12884-022-05031-0
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