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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Placental_abruption

Placental abruption, also known as abruptio placentae, is a complication of pregnancy, wherein the placental lining separates from the uterus of the mother prior to delivery. The effects on the mother depend primarily on the severity of the abruption, ...

www.marchofdimes.org/complications/placental-abruption.aspx

If you have severe placental abruption (placenta separating from the wall of the uterus), your baby is at higher risk for several health issues. Learn more.

www.healthline.com/health/pregnancy/complications-placental-abruption

Dec 23, 2015 ... Moderate to severe placental abruption: This is defined when your blood loss is significant and you or your baby is having complications.

americanpregnancy.org/pregnancy-complications/placental-abruption

May 2, 2017 ... Any type of placental abruption can lead to premature birth and low birth weight. In cases where severe placental abruption occurs, ...

www.birthinjuryguide.org/birth-injury/causes/placental-eruption

One of the first and most common symptoms of placental abruption is severe abdominal pain and back pain, which typically happens suddenly, seemingly out of ...

www.pregmed.org/placental-abruption.htm

Aug 24, 2013 ... Grade 3: Causes severe bleeding (concealed or revealed), which may lead to ... Managing Severe Placental Abruption (Complete Separation).

emedicine.medscape.com/article/252810-overview

Nov 23, 2016 ... Patients with abruptio placentae, also called placental abruption, ... Moderate to severe uterine tenderness with possible tetanic contractions.

www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/placental-abruption/basics/complications/con-20024292

Placental abruption — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms and ... Placental abruption can cause life-threatening problems for both mother and baby.

www.whattoexpect.com/pregnancy/pregnancy-health/complications/placental-abruption.aspx

Placental abruption is relatively rare, with slight separation occurring in only about one of 150 pregnancies (that's less than 1 percent). More severe separation ...