Published in Blood Weekly, May 8th, 2008
"TTTS occurs in approximately 15% of all monochorionic pregnancies and is defined sonographically by the combination of polyhydramnios in one sac and oligohydramnios in the other. Intertwin anastomoses on the chorionic plate are responsible for the development of a net imbalance in blood flow and subsequent development of TTTS. All cases of monochorionic pregnancies should be referred to a...
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