Placenta abruption (PA) is associated with poor maternal and perinatal outcome. Central PA carries poorer perinatal outcome than marginal or eccentric PA. It is also known that perinatal outcome worsens with increasing PA surface, but no recent study has put basis for a prognostic classification of PA. In this article, the author proposes a prognostic classification that is based on the percentage of PA abruption.
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