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The estimated incidence of Cesarean scar pregnancy (CSP) is approximately 1:1800-1:2000 pregnancies after Cesarean delivery (CD).
CSP has similar histopathological characteristics to those seen in pregnancies with PAS disorders. Such association was first described in a study by Timor-Tritsch et al reporting that blinded analysis of anatomical specimen from CSP and PAS had the same histopathological features of placenta accreta. Find out more about the incidence, pathology, diagnosis and implications of CSP by reading the chapter.
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