An egg that fails to form into a baby.
(or missed abortion) now called early fetal loss, embryo loss in first trimester.
a fertilized egg that produces a placenta but no fetus
A condition where the egg creates a sac and the pregnancy seems to progress normally, but an ultrasound shows that the baby never formed.
A fertilized egg that implants in the uterus, but does not develop further and dies.
a common type of miscarriage
a fertilised egg which implants in the uterus , begins to develop a gestation al sac (the gestation al sac eventually forms the membranes), but never develops a foetus
a fertilized egg ( ovum ) that has developed a placenta and membrane but no embryo
a fertilized egg that develops into a gestational sac, but no embryo is formed
a fertilized egg that has ceased development at a very early stage
a form of early spontaneous abortion (miscarriage)
a miscarriage characterized by the absence of an embryo by ultrasound
an arrested pregnancy - i
an embryo that stops developing early in the pregnancy, usually due to an incomplete genetic code
an example of a spontaneous abortion
a pregnancy in which the placenta develops but no fetus is visible on ultrasound
a pregnancy sac seen in the uterus by ultrasound that never develops a fetus or heartbeat
A fertilised ovum that fails to develop into an embryo and usually results in an early miscarriage.
This is a common form of miscarriage based on ultrasound diagnosis showing that there is a pregnancy sac but no embryo.
a pregnancy in which the fetus ceases to develop very early on. The amniotic sac may only contain fluid and no fetal tissue when the miscarriage occurs. This term is seldom used nowadays; a better term is early embryonic loss or demise.
A term that is used when the embryo fails to survive after it had implanted.
A pregnancy in which no fetus has developed in the pregnancy sac. close window
A non-viable pregnancy which shows a gestational sac with no fetus on ultrasound.
early pregnancy loss marked histologically by hydropic degenerative change in villi, uniform villous edema and lack of trophoblastic hyperplasia cardiovascular risk factors
A description of the fertilized egg which fails to develop. It appears as a fluid filled cell attached to the uterus when viewed through x-ray or ultrasound. A blighted ovum results in many first trimester spontaneous abortions.
A fertilised egg which does not continue to divide time and implantation does occur.
A general term used to mean a fertilized egg that fails to survive after implantation in the uterus.
Fertilized egg that failed to develop properly after implantation. Gestation sac develops in the absence of an embryo.
Where a pregnancy sac develops but holds no fetus. A woman may experience pregnancy symptoms and get a positive pregnancy test but a miscarriage is inevitable as there is no true pregnancy.
A pregnancy that stops developing very early on. The amniotic sac may only contain fluid and no fetal tissue when the miscarriage occurs.