HOW IS PLACENTAL OR UMBILICAL CORD THROMBOSIS TREATED? - PREGNANCY
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Placental and umbilical thrombosis: what it is, symptoms and treatment



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Placental or umbilical cord thrombosis occurs when a clot forms in the placenta or umbilical vein or arteries, damaging the amount of blood that passes into the fetus and causing fetal movements to decrease. Thus, the main difference is related to where the clot is: Placental thrombosis : the clot is in the placental veins or arteries; Umbilical thrombosis : the clot is in the vessels of the umbilical cord