lateral placenta


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lateral placenta

A placenta attached to the lateral wall of the uterus.
See also: placenta
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Out of 28 hypertensive cases, nine were belonging to central placenta group of which no case had severe hypertension while from 19 cases of PIH in lateral placenta group, 3 had moderate and 2 went in severe hypertension category.
On comparing both the groups, lateral placenta was significantly associated with higher incidence of moderate and severe hypertension as compared to central placenta group which is statistically highly significant (Figure -4).
54%(19/37) while caesarean section specially emergency LSCS were more common in lateral placenta group.
Specifically the Incidence of PIH as indication for caesarean section was higher in lateral placenta group as compared to central placenta i.e.
Mean value for gestational age in weeks, birth weight in kgs, Apgar score at 1 and 5 minutes were almost similar for both central as well as lateral placentation, but mean duration of stay of baby in NICU was more in lateral placenta group i.e.