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Uterine Artery Embolization in the Twentieth Week of Pregnancy in Abnormally Invasive Placenta with Live Birth

Köninger, Angela ; Schwenk, Udo ; Iannaccone, Antonella ; Koliastas, Nikolaos ; Kimmig, Rainer ; Theysohn, Jens


An abnormally invasive placenta is an increasing and potentially life-threatening pregnancy complication. The case presented herein is a heterotopic dichorial pregnancy with implantation of 1 placenta within the isthmocervical area, which caused vaginal bleeding during the 20th week of pregnancy, requiring a blood transfusion. To stop the bleeding, a bilateral embolization of the cervical ...


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