A. Previous LSCS scar.
B. Previous curettage.
C. Previous myomectomy.
D. Previous placenta praevia.
The placental condition shown in the picture above represents Placenta accreta.
In placenta accreta, there is a failure of normal decidua to form which causes the placenta to be directly anchored to the myometrium either partially or completely without any intervening decidua.
Placenta praevia in the present pregnancy is a risk factor for placenta accreta but previous placenta praevia is not a risk factor.