Peripartum Anesthetic Management In A Patient With Klippel Trenaunay Syndrome

Proposal Number:

MCC-7116 

Proposal Type:

Medically Challenging Case Report Poster 

Author:

Danielle Zheng  
Mayo Clinic

Co-Author(s):

David Olsen  
Mayo Clinic
Emily Sharpe  
Mayo Clinic

Abstract:

Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome (KTS) is a rare congenital disease of venous malformations. A 34 year old G1P0 with KTS had induction of labor at 39 weeks. Skin pigmentation was noted in the abdomen. MRI revealed no venous malformation involving the uterus, vagina, or tissues of the lumbar spine. Coagulation testing was normal; increased risk of bleeding was discussed. A combined spinal-epidural was placed for labor analgesia. She underwent Cesarean delivery under epidural anesthesia for arrest of descent, converted to general anesthesia for pain, and delivered a healthy infant with blood loss of 1200mL. KTS is associated with increased risk of hemorrhage and coagulopathy. Spine imaging is recommended prior to neuraxial anesthesia placement.

Professional Category:

Resident/Trainee

Keywords:

Obstetric

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