Vasa Previa: Prenatal Diagnosis With Transvaginal Color Doppler Flow Imaging

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Abstract

Vasa previa carries a significant risk for fetal exsanguination and death at the time of membrane rupture. The diagnosis is rarely made before the onset of vaginal bleeding. We report the prenatal diagnosis of vasa previa with transvaginal color Doppler flow imaging in an asymptomatic patient with a succenturiate placenta. (AM J OBSTET GYNECOL 1993;169:1627-9.)

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