Abnormalities and Diseases of the Placenta, Membranes, and Umbilical Cord

  • Bradley Bigelow


Implantation normally takes place on the posterior or anterior wall of the uterus. There are, however, instances of implantation in abnormal uterine sites and in extrauterine locations (Figure 30.1).


Obstet Gynecol Amniotic Fluid Chorionic Villus Placenta Previa Placenta Accreta 
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