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5/24/20
Placenta Previa - Medical Animation
 
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Placenta Previa - Medical Animation
This 3D medical animation shows placenta previa. In placenta previa, the placenta (the temporary organ joining the mother and fetus) covers part or all of the cervix and can cause severe bleeding, usually toward the end of the second trimester or later. Complications from placenta previa can result in birth by cesarean section (c-section).

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