A FALSE SENSE OF FAIR MEDICAL CONDITION IN PLACENTAL ABRUPTION AND COEXISTING PREECLAMPSIA: HAEMOCONCENTRATION
Sonay Kasapoglu Brown* and Simge Tezel Yozgat
Placental abruption, preeclampsia, and low birth weight share the same pathophysiology and belong to the group of ischemic placental diseases, potentially leading to several complications associated with maternal-foetal morbidity and mortality. Haemoconcentration in preeclampsia is a finding indicating complications related to placental pathology. In this case report, we aimed to present a case having a combination of preeclampsia, haemoconcentration, and placental abruption; which has long been not addressed in the literature.
Keywords: Abruptio plasentae, blood viscosity, pre-eclampsia.
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