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Introduction   Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS) is a serious complication of an identical twin pregnancy in which there is only one placenta. TTTS occurs in 10-15% of identical twin pregnancies. When TTTS occurs, there is an unequal sharing … Continue reading

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Criteria for Laser Photocoagulation for TTTS Patients are considered for laser photocoagulation when the pregnancy is between 18 and 26 weeks gestation and fulfill the following criteria: Both the fetuses are of the same sex Single placenta (monochorionic diamniotic) Minimal … Continue reading

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Introduction Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS) is a serious complication of an identical twin pregnancy in which there is only one placenta. TTTS occurs in 10-15% of identical twin pregnancies. When TTTS occurs, there is an unequal sharing of … Continue reading

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