Intrapartum Hemorrhage Secondary to Decidua Peritonea

Endometrial implants have long been noticed to decidualize during pregnancies. They have been reported in a variety of locations in the pelvis and abdomen. These lesions are usually noted incidentally with no negative sequelae. This is not always the case and we present a case of massive hemorrhage from decidualized endometriotic lesions during a cesarean section.


Shadi Seraji, Svetoslav Bardarov and Claudia Ravens

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