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Abnormal Invasive Placenta (AIP) is potentially a life threatening complication with:
In these cases, severe bleeding occurs when the placenta is detached, often resulting in hysterectomy as the only effective treatment option.
This specific case resulted in a uterine embolization, even when there was missing clinical data on the unforeseen consequences for the viable fetus because:
Microspheres were used to embolize the uterine artery in which size?
What was used along with the microspheres to prevent non-targeted embolization during the uterine artery embolization?
After heavy bleeding continued at 28 weeks, a cesarean was performed to deliver the fetus followed by what other procedure?
The Bayley Scale was used to monitor the infant for 12 months and indicated no developmental delays. What specifically was developmentally monitored with this scale?
UAE is an efficacious approach in treating ectopic cervical and scar pregnancies in the first trimester.