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Paula J. Woodward, MD
The Placenta and Umbilical Cord
Paula J. Woodward, MD
01/28/2018 | Time : 32 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses sonography of the placenta. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able recognize placental functions, comprehend the embryology of the amnion and chorion, list potential placental masses and describe the sonographic appearance of both placenta previa and accreta.

Topics mentioned in this video : Placental functions, Placental embryology, 1st Trimester, Placental abruption, Placental position, Placenta previa, Vasa previa, Placenta previa pitfalls, Placental masses, Placental sonolucencies, Mesenchymal dysplasia, Triploidy, Placenta accreta

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Keywords : amnion, chorioangioma, chorioangiomatosis, chorion, chorionic bump, color Doppler, decidua basalis, decidua capsularis, decidua pariertalis, mesenchymal dysplasia, perigestaional hemorrhage, placenta accreta, placenta previa, placenta teratoma, PLACENTA, placental abruption, placental lacunae, placental lake, placental sonolucencies, Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound, spectral Doppler, SRU, succenturiate lobe, umbilical cord insertion, vasa previa

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