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Case 2

1. Describe why the maternal-placentae-fetal interface was seriously compromised in this case

Summary Introduction

To review:

The reason behind the maternal–placentae–fetal interface being compromised.

Introduction:

The premature separation of the placenta from the uterus is called the abruptio placentae. The common symptoms are bleeding, fetal distress, and uterine contractions. It is commonly seen in the second half of the pregnancy. It can be fatal for the mother as well as the fetus.

Please refer to Clinical Application Case-2 for further information.

Explanation

The patient was experiencing excessive hemorrhage as a consequence of abruptio placentae. This put the mother as well as the fetus in a life-threatening condition. Placental abruption or abrutpio placenta is a condition in which the placenta detaches from the uterus during gestation. It normally occurs in the 25th week of gestation.

Both the mother and fetus are in a life-threatening condition in such a case...

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