Incidental Finding of Placenta Increta in a Patient with Vaginal Bleeding Refractory to Medical Treatment

@inproceedings{Rothschild2017IncidentalFO,
  title={Incidental Finding of Placenta Increta in a Patient with Vaginal Bleeding Refractory to Medical Treatment},
  author={Tod J Rothschild},
  year={2017}
}
Placenta increta can be a life threatening obstetrical complication. Although most commonly diagnosed in second and third trimester upon difficult placental removal and post partum bleeding, there have been several first trimester cases reported. These cases by and large present with vaginal bleeding and/ or hemorrhage. They can present both immediately after instrumental abortions or curettage, and weeks to months after spontaneous abortions. Part of the difficulty in diagnosing and treatment… CONTINUE READING

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