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7/6/20
Placental Abruption with Interruption of Fetal Circulation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Placental Abruption with Interruption of Fetal Circulation - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This medical illustration series depicts placental abruption (detachment of the placenta) and the subsequent interruption of fetal circulation. Two images display the baby and the placenta within the uterus, comparing normal placental attachment to abnormal placental abruption. Enlargements contrast the normal fetal and maternal circulation with abnormal, interrupted circulation with bleeding, resulting in a compromised oxygen supply to the baby.

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