Placenta Accreta Prenatal Diagnosis: Does MRI add to Sonography?

Somya Aggarwal
2016 Journal of Gynecology and Womens Health  
The increasing incidence of Placenta accrete has greatly increased the risk of a possible threat to life. The probability of a cesarean section has, thus, increased. Previous cesarean sections with myometrial damage greatly increases the chances of placenta accreta. An emergency approach to its management is necessitated. In this paper we will detail out whether MRI is still required for the diagnosis or prenatal diagnosis though ultrasound is capable of diagnosing placenta accreta.
doi:10.19080/jgwh.2016.01.555569 fatcat:mph2xd65zbhobm2hyxkj7ius7y