An increasing number of women are diagnosed with placenta accreta, a serious condition that occurs when the placenta attaches too deeply to the uterine wall. If you have this or a related condition (placenta increta, placenta percreta or placenta previa), we offer high-risk obstetricians who have expertise in these disorders. Importantly, at the time of birth, our multidisciplinary team and our hospital are prepared for all possible complications during delivery, and we provide world class care for premature babies. Our experts take all possible steps to meet your individual needs to optimize the health of mother and baby.
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In this video, Daniela Carusi, MD, Director of Surgical Obstetrics and the Abnormal Placentation Program in the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine describes the diagnosis, risks and recovery for women who develop placenta accreta.
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