Fig 2.8 / Fetal MRI. The photographer of the pick-up image would not agree to the new terms set forth by McGraw Hill Education. Will one of these work as a replacement?
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Placenta previa. Colored pelvic magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of a 36-year-old pregnant woman with placenta previa. This disorder involves the placenta (purple, lower center) covering the cervix, the exit to the uterus. The patient, who was unaware of the pregnancy, had failed to have a period for 33 weeks, and had instead been suffering irregular uterine bleeding due to this condition. The fetus (head down) is seen in sagittal view, revealing its brain (center).
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