Conservative management of morbidly adherent placenta: expert review.
Over the last century, the incidence of placenta accreta, increta, and percreta, collectively referred to as morbidly adherent placenta, has risen dramatically. Planned cesarean hysterectomy at the time of cesarean delivery is the standard recommended treatment in the United States. Recently, interest in conservative management has resurged, especially in Europe. The aims of this review are the following: (1) to provide an overview of methods used for conservative management, (2) to discuss clinical implications for both clinicians and patients, and (3) to identify areas in need of further research.
Fox, KA; Shamshirsaz, AA; Carusi, D; Secord, AA; Lee, P; Turan, OM; Huls, C; Abuhamad, A; Simhan, H; Barton, J; Wright, J; Silver, R; Belfort, MA
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