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How to Examine the Placenta and Why
Embryonic and Fetal Pathology of Abortion
Placenta as a Reflection of Maternal Disease
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abnormal Altshuler G amnion amnion nodosum amniotic band amniotic band syndrome anomalies associated Benirschke cause cells centa chorioamnionitis chorionic sac chromosomal chronic clinical complete mole congenital cotyledon cysts cytomegalovirus cytotrophoblastic decidual defects diabetes diagnosis dichorionic disease disorders dysmaturity edema embryo examination fetal death fetal growth retardation fetal surface fetus fetuses fibrin Fox H gestation hemangioma hematoma hemorrhage histological human placenta hydatidiform mole hydrops hyperplasia hypertension infants infection inflammation insertion intervillous space intrauterine knots lesions macerated malformations maternal blood maternal surface membranes microscopic morphological Mycoplasma necrosis neonatal neoplasms newborn normal Obstet Gynecol occur partial mole Pathol pathologist Pathology percent perinatal phoblastic placental infarction preeclampsia present rare rupture seen significance single umbilical artery specimens spiral arteries spontaneous abortion stroma syncytial syndrome teratoma tion tissue trimester triploidy trisomy trophoblastic tumor twin placenta umbilical artery umbilical cord umbilical vessels usually uterine uteroplacental vascular villi villitis villous weeks Wharton's jelly