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Intrauterine hematomas while pregnant

Intrauterine hematomas while pregnant

They are crescent- or wedge-shaped structures located between the chorionic tissue and the uterine wall or the foetal membranes (between the tissue created for pregnancy and the most superficial layers of the uterus). They appear as small blood pools seep within the endometrium, that is to say, among the layers of the uterus.

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By BSc (embryologist) and BA, MA (fertility counselor).
Last Update: 12/05/2018