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Placenta accreta : facteurs de risque et prise en charge. À propos de 23 cas à la maternité de Port Royal

Abstract : Placenta accreta is abnormal placental insertion, a rare but serious risk of bleeding "cataclysmic" after delivery. Objectives: Our objectives were to identify risk factors for placenta accreta, highlight the different diagnostic method and evaluate the morbidity and mortality. Materials and methods: For this, a retrospective study was conducted in Port Royal between January 2008 and December 2009, corresponding to a total of 23 patients. Results: We could highlight the major risk factors include: a history of caesarean section and the history of curettage. Prenatal diagnosis was made in 10 out of 23 patients. A hysterectomy was required in 7 out of 23 cases and 2 deaths have been deplored. Conclusion: The identification of risk factors to guide the diagnostic and complementary tests. Prenatal diagnosis is essential to inform patients of the risk of hysterectomy in order to direct them to appropriate structures. Hemorrhagic complications a deaths have been deplored associated with placenta accreta is a provider of maternal morbidity and significant mortality.
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Samira Oudaoud. Placenta accreta : facteurs de risque et prise en charge. À propos de 23 cas à la maternité de Port Royal. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2011. ⟨dumas-00624327⟩

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