In the movie "Unplanned", it is depicted that after a medical abortion, the products of conception are meticulously re-assembled after the procedure to ensure that none have been left behind in the patient.
However, in the Wikipedia page on products of conception, no mention is made of this, but rather it is stated that retained products of conception (RPOC) are detected by sonography, not by post-operative forensics. Furthermore, the Wikipedia article implies that RPOCs are not a serious cause for concern and that "Remaining products of conception will be expelled during subsequent vaginal bleeding". This differs significantly from the events of "Unplanned" which imply that any RPOC are a serious cause for concern, require intervention and that post-operative re-assembly of the embryo or fetus is critical.
Which is true, Unplanned or the Wikipedia? I think the central question here is whether re-assembly is done routinely or not.