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Title

COEXISTENT CIRCUMVALLATE PLACENTA AND BATTLEDORE INSERTION OF UMBILICAL CORD RESULTING IN GRAVE OBSTETRIC OUTCOME: A CASE REPORT

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 Start Page 390 | End Page 392

Abstract

 Background: Various placental and cord abnormalities have been known to adversely affect the obstetric outcome. CIRCUMVALLATE PLACENTA and Battledore insertion of the umbilical cord are both rare and known to be associated with poor obstetric outcome individually.Case Presentation: In this case report, the woman presented at 8 months of gestation with PREECLAMPSIA with IUFD to North Easter Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health and Medical Science Shillong on 22/7/16 and delivered a macerated fetus vaginally. After delivery, examination revealed both a CIRCUMVALLATE PLACENTA and BATTLEDORE INSERTION OF UMBILICAL CORD. This might have attributed to PREECLAMPSIA and ultimately IUFD in this case as she had no other identifiable cause for IUFD.Conclusion: If such placental and cord abnormalities are suspected or diagnosed antenatally by ultrasonography, the pregnancy should be regarded as high risk. Such woman would require more stringent follow up in the antenatal period and continuous intrapartum monitoring to avoid any catastrophe and to achieve a favorable maternal and fetal outcome.

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