Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit compares normal twin anatomy with twin to twin transfusion syndrome using an anterior cut-away view of the uterus. The normal anatomy indicates two fetuses identical in size with blood flow supplied by individual placentas and individual umbilical cords. The fetal transfusion syndrome shows two fetuses with blood flow supplied by a common placenta and umbilical cords. Twin B, shown as smaller in size with a hypoxic appearance, becomes a donor of blood flow for twin A.