abruptio


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Related to abruptio: Placental abruption
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ab·rup·ti·o

n. L. abruptio, abrupción, acción violenta de separación, desprendimiento;
___ placentae, placental abruptiondesprendimiento prematuro de la placenta.
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Keywords: Abruptio placenta, APH (antepartum hemorrhage), Calcification, Cotyledon, Diameter in centimeters, Fibrinoid necrosis, Syncytial knots, Weight in grams.
Abruptio Placentae Caused by Hypertriglyceridemia-Induced Acute Pancreatitis during Pregnancy: Case Report and Literature Review.
The major causes of death from haemorrhage were bleeding associated with caesarean delivery (CD) (34.9%), uterine rupture (15.1%), abruptio placentae (12.9%), uterine atony (9.5%) and retained placenta (6.9%).
Category-1 included all indications that posed an immediate risk to the life of the mother or fetus (e.g pathological trace CTG, abruptio placentae) and required a decision-to-delivery interval of not more than 30 minutes.
Patients with essential hypertension, chronic renal disease, chronic liver disease, diabetes mellitus, gestational diabetes, any kind of tobacco use, twin pregnancy, incomplete delivery of placenta, abruptio placentae, placenta previa, any other convulsive disorder, any type of congenital abnormalities, hydrops fetalis and intra uterine death were excluded.
During a median 4.9 years of follow-up, women who experienced abruptio placenta were at 6% increased risk for heart failure, 11% greater risk for MI, 8% increased risk for hypertensive urgency, and 2% greater risk for myocardial infarction with no obstructive atherosclerosis (MINOCA) in an age- and race-adjusted analysis.
In pregnant women, seatbelt sign injury can lead to fetal injury or demise due to placental ischemia, abruptio placentae, or uterine damage.
We report a case of abruptio placentae caused by hypertriglyceridemia-induced acute pancreatitis.
37% (n=40) of patients with abruptio placentae also had pre-existing gestational hypertension.
Circumvallate placenta is known to be associated with late abortions, preterm deliveries, abruptio placentae, foetal growth restriction, non-reassuring foetal heart rate patterns, increased perinatal mortality and congenital malformations (1, 3-5).