PMID: 14672481Dec 16, 2003

Perinatal outcome after prenatal diagnosis of placental chorioangioma

Obstetrics and Gynecology
W SepulvedaMariana Bravo

Abstract

To review the prenatal complications, management, and perinatal outcome in pregnancies complicated by placental chorioangioma. Cases of placental chorioangioma diagnosed prenatally as part of a prospective, multicentric program for fetal diagnosis and therapy were identified. All cases were evaluated with color flow imaging. In the latter part of the study, three-dimensional power Doppler angiography was also used to study the vascular pattern of the tumor. Information on maternal demographics, prenatal sonographic findings, pregnancy complications, antenatal intervention, and perinatal outcome was obtained by reviewing the medical records or contacting the referring obstetricians. In the 5-year period from January 1997 to December 2001, 11 cases of placental chorioangioma were diagnosed prenatally. Nine cases were diagnosed in singleton and two in twin pregnancies. Among the nine cases occurring in singletons, five (56%) were associated with pregnancy complications, including polyhydramnios (n = 3), oligohydramnios (n = 2), fetal growth restriction (n = 2), and nonimmune hydrops (n = 1). Amniodrainage was required in one of these cases, allowing prolongation of pregnancy until term. Four (44%) singletons delivered before 35 we...Continue Reading

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