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placenta marginalis

Funda Gungor Ugurlucan, Atil Yuksel
PURPOSE: To evaluate the feasibility of umbilical cord scanning during the second-trimester sonographic examination, we looked at the method of scanning, the findings, and the time spent. METHODS: Five hundred forty-nine singleton pregnancies were evaluated at 18-23 weeks' menstrual age with two-dimensional sonography (US). Color Doppler US was used when needed. The umbilical cord was traced from the fetal insertion site to the placental insertion site. Fetal and placental sites of insertion; number of vessels; presence of knots, cysts, tumors, nuchal cords, or placental anomalies; time spent for scanning; and the use of color Doppler US were noted...
October 1, 2014: Journal of Clinical Ultrasound: JCU
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September 1962: Zdravookhranenie Belorussii
G Pap, L Fügedi
The "Vidoson 635-S" high-speed ultrasonographic unit was used by the authors to examine 465 women pregnant in the second and third trimenons for the occurrence of bleeding. The following findings were obtained: NAD (no abnormality discovered), Placenta praevia totalis, Placenta praevia partialis lateralis, Placenta praevia partialis marginalis, deep adherence of placenta, early detachment of placenta, and uterus rupture. - Placental displacement was observed by repeated checking in 57 of 196 placentas with pathological findings...
1980: Zentralblatt Für Gynäkologie
M Dumont
Nicolas Puzos (1686-1753) was a famous french obstetrician in Paris during the 18th century. When he was sixteen years old, his father sent him as aide-major to follow the armies of Louis XIV to learn military surgery. After this he became an obstetrician studying with his master, a friend of his father, Julien Clément, accoucheur to the Court. Puzos while working wrote many notes which were assembled in a book after his death by Morisot-Deslandes: "Traité des Accouchements de M. Puzos", published in 1759...
1988: Journal de Gynécologie, Obstétrique et Biologie de la Reproduction
J S Powers, J M Hill
A case of third trimester bleeding from placenta previa is presented in which serial ultrasonograms were obtained from the 30th to the 36th gestational week and confirmed by isotopic scanning. Evidence is presented showing a migration of a placenta previa marginalis away from the cervical os followed by vaginal delivery at term. The concept and mechanism of placental migration are reviewed.
November 1976: Southern Medical Journal
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