Fernando Magdaleno-Dans

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Hemoperitoneum during pregnancy is a rare but potentially lethal clinical condition. Improvements in antenatal and intrapartum care, especially in surgical and anesthetic techniques, have reduced maternal mortality; perinatal mortality remains very high (31%). Treatment is based on the systemic correction of hypovolemia and immediate surgery via laparotomy(More)
BACKGROUND The incidence of multiple pregnancy has increased in the last years. These pregnancies are associated with more obstetric complications regarding single pregnancies, one of the most important is prematurity. In extremely rare cases premature delivery of one fetus may occur, being retained in the uterine cavity the second fetus until birth later,(More)
BACKGROUND happens in the womb when the death of one of the twins, it is necessary to consider the factors that influence the perinatal outcome of surviving fetus. OBJECTIVE To review the outcome of twin pregnancies complicated by single fetal intrauterine death and how it can increase morbidity to its co-twin and its mother. MATERIAL AND METHODS A(More)
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