24 weeks pregnant mother

Question: hi...I am 23 weeks pregnant now.and at 22 weeks I was having 4d sonography .and in report it shows that there is subchronic fibrin deposition in placenta..what does that mean?is it dangerous for my baby?

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Answer: Intra-placental sub-chorionic fibrin deposition is a frequent finding but generally does not involve alterations of hemodynamics or the organ's gaseous metabolism. If the deposition is massive, as in the two cases reported here, delayed fetal growth may occur due to altered placental function. Diagnosis using ultrasound is useful both to identify fibrin plaques and to identify possible fetal hypo-development.
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