Placental disorders.txt

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  1. Abruptio placentae
    • Premature separation (partial or complete) of placenta from uterine wall before delivery of infant.
    • Risk factors: trauma (e.g., motor vehicle accident), smoking, hypertension, preeclampsia, cocaine abuse.
    • Presentation: abrupt, painful bleeding (concealed or apparent) in third trimester; possible DIC, maternal shock, fetal distress.
    • Life threatening for mother and fetus.
  2. Premature separation (partial or complete) of placenta from uterine wall before delivery of infant is a type of which pregnacy complication?
    Abruptio placentae
  3. Trauma (e.g., motor vehicle accident) is associated with which pregnancy complication?
  4. Smoking is associated with which pregnancy complication?
    Abruptio placentae
  5. Hypertension is associated with which pregnancy complication?
    Abruptio placentae
  6. Preeclampsia is associated with which pregnancy complication?
    Abruptio placentae
  7. Cocaine abuse is associated with which pregnancy complication?
    Abruptio placentae
  8. This pregnancy complication presents as abrupt, painful bleeding (concealed or apparent) in third trimester.
    Abruptio placentae
  9. Risk factor for this pregnancy complication is prior C-section.
    • Placenta accreta/ increta/ percreta
    • Placenta previa
  10. Risk factor for this pregnancy complication is inflammation.
    Placenta accreta/ increta/ percreta
  11. Risk factor for this pregnancy complication is placenta previa.
    Placenta accreta/ increta/ percreta
  12. What is Placenta accreta?
    Placenta attaches to myometrium without penetrating it; most common type.
  13. What is Placenta increta?
    Placenta penetrates into myometrium.
  14. What is Placenta percreta?
    Placenta penetrates (“perforates”) through the myometrium and into uterine serosa (invades entire uterine wall); can result in placental attachment to rectum or bladder.
  15. This pregnancy complication presents as no separation of placenta after delivery; massive bleeding.
    Placenta accreta/ increta/ percreta
  16. What is Placenta previa ?
    • Attachment of placenta to lower uterine segment.
    • Partially covers (partial), or completely covers internal cervical os.
    • Risk factors: multiparity, prior C-section.
  17. In this pregnancy complication, their is attachment of placenta to lower uterine segment.
    Placenta previa
  18. In this pregnancy complication, the placenta partially covers (partial), or completely covers internal cervical os.
    Placenta previa

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