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Vasa Previa with Rupture of Umbilical Vessels
Vasa Previa with Rupture of Umbilical Vessels

This stock medical exhibit features multiple images comparing a normal pregnancy vs. one with vasa previa. Initial images compare side cut-views and enlargements through the maternal pelvis showing a normal fetus and placenta vs. one exhibiting vase previa. In the vasa previa images it is clear that the umbilical vessels travel within the fetal membranes and across the cervical os. This complication results in rupture of the vessels and hemorrhage during the birth.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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