What is Placenta accreta?
Placenta accreta is a severe obstetric complication involving an abnormally deep attachment of the placenta to the myometrium, without penetrating it. Thus, the placenta grows completely through the endometrium. Women with placenta accreta during childbirth are at great risk of hemorrhage during its removal. This commonly requires surgery to stem the hemorrhage and in severe cases hysterectomy.
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