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Figure 1 (A-D): In an 18-year-old female at 15-week gestation, transabdominal ultrasonography (TAS) of pelvis (A-C) shows mildly enlarged, low lying, posteriorly placed placenta. Lower part of the placenta shows multiple anechoic cysts (arrows) which are extending inferiorly and covering the internal os. On color Doppler imaging (D), low velocity signals were seen in the multicystic placental lesion

Figure 1 (A-D): In an 18-year-old female at 15-week gestation, transabdominal ultrasonography (TAS) of pelvis (A-C) shows mildly enlarged, low lying, posteriorly placed placenta. Lower part of the placenta shows multiple anechoic cysts (arrows) which are extending inferiorly and covering the internal os. On color Doppler imaging (D), low velocity signals were seen in the multicystic placental lesion