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  • The cause of this condition, which is also called abruptio placenta, is not known.

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  • Placenta previa and placenta abruptio, both of which can cause severe bleeding. to name a few.

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  • A good outcome meant that if the baby was born near term and it was healthy, a bad outcome usually meant something known as abruptio placenta.

    CNN Transcript Apr 2, 2008

  • The umbilical cord may have no nerves, but I think the better analogy is placenta abruptio.

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  • This is a condition of late pregnancy and is associated with severe complications: eclampsia, abruptio placentae and premature labour.

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  • At the medical clinic, she was diagnosed as having abruptio placenta.

    Shouldn’t I Be Happy?

  • In abruptio placenta, the placenta starts separating from the wall of the uterus, and if a great deal of bleeding takes place, the fetus can be in real danger.

    Shouldn’t I Be Happy?

  • More frightening for the mother are cases in which hospitalization is required for premature labor or sudden bleeding that occurs as the result of placenta previa or abruptio placenta.

    Shouldn’t I Be Happy?

  • Bleeding can also signal abruptio placenta, in which a change that normally occurs close to the time of delivery instead happens too early.

    Shouldn’t I Be Happy?

  • The most common reasons for late pregnancy loss are obstetrical developments—abruptio placenta, placenta previa, premature labor.

    Shouldn’t I Be Happy?

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