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Figure 8 (A,B): Placental abruption in two different patients. Sagittal section (A) shows an echogenic bleed (CLOT) close to the fetal surface of the placenta in this case of abruption. The bleed is relatively fresh. (B) Another case of acute placental abruption, in which USG shows a few small hypoechoic areas of bleed (Bleed) in the retroplacental bed

Figure 8 (A,B): Placental abruption in two different patients. Sagittal section (A) shows an echogenic bleed (CLOT) close to the fetal surface of the placenta in this case of abruption. The bleed is relatively fresh. (B) Another case of acute placental abruption, in which USG shows a few small hypoechoic areas of bleed (Bleed) in the retroplacental bed