What is vasa previa and can it harm a baby?
Vasa previa is an obstetrical complication where the blood vessels in the placenta go under the baby and cross the cervix. As a very rare medical complication, the incidence of vasa previa ranges from 1 in 1275 to 1 in 8333 births. The cause of vasa previa is unknown. In cases where vasa previa is known, cesarean delivery is… more »