February 2018 Vol. 6 No.2
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Merit Research Journal of Medicine and Medical
Sciences (ISSN: 2354-323X) Vol. 6(2) pp. 046-048,
Copyright © 2018 Merit Research Journals
Velamentous Insertion of the Umbilical Cord
and Vasa Previa in Full Term Pregnancy
incident on our successful outcome childbirth in term pregnancy
velamentous insertion of the umbilical cord – vasa previa.
Pregnant firstborn with free individuals and obstetrical history
covering the 39th week of pregnancy is introduced in Maternity
Clinic of our with symptomatology of automatic start birth.
Sudden and to thoroughly grade vaginal hemorrhage found
immediately after technical rupture of fetal membranes
accompanied by decelerations of the fetal heartbeat raised the
possible diagnosis of velamentous insertion of the umbilical
cord – vasa previa and the interest undergone emergency cesarean
section. After removal of the fetus and placenta was there
synovial adherence cord. The caesarean section was performed
smoothly with physiological loss blood. There was no need for
blood transfusion in neonates, as well as it did not take
neonatal support. Following a smooth postoperative course left
together with the postpartum at fifth day of hospitalization. At
this paper on the basis of current data a brief literature
review of rare disease entities this respect mainly the
diagnosis, treatment and prognosis.
Keywords: Velamentous insertion of the umbilical cord –
vasa previa, diagnosis, management, prognosis.