I finally waded through the papers that were given to me. I finally came across the information about the clot. I am still trying to figure out how this thing was missed for my entire pregnancy. So here are the statistics.
Placenta: 20cm across at widest point. 860 grams in weight.
Clot: 15cm across, 5cm long, and 4 cm thick. 230 grams in weight. On top of that, a very small portion of the clot did not full detach from the placenta at one corner.
Let's do the math. 2.5 cm is one inch. So, 6 inches across, 2 inches long, and nearly 2 inches thick. 28 grams is one ounce. This thing weighed just slightly over one half of a pound.
Again, I ask, how in the world do you miss this thing? It did not get to that size overnight.
At least I have the pathology report stating these numbers. Good Gravy. This situation is just ridiculous at times. I would call it a comedy of errors if it weren't so stinking tragic.