10 Facts About Subchorionic Hematoma

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Chorionic hematoma (otherwise referred to as chorionic hemorrhage) is the pooling of blood between the chorion, a membrane encompassing the uterine wall and the embryo.

With a frequency of about 3 percent in all pregnancies, it is the most frequent sonographic anomaly and the most frequent cause of first trimester bleeding.

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  1. Felicia Renee Soghoian says:

    So informative and easy to understand. Thank you so much for this post!

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