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The "Great Obstetrical Syndromes" are associated with disorders of deep placentation.
Defective deep placentation has been associated with a spectrum of complications of pregnancy including preeclampsia, intrauterine growth restriction, preterm labor, preterm premature rupture ofExpand
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Uteroplacental arterial changes related to interstitial trophoblast migration in early human pregnancy.
Morphometric and statistical techniques were used to assess the relation of myometrial interstitial trophoblast to the uteroplacental vasculature in 27 intact hysterectomy specimens ranging from 8 toExpand
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The role of the spiral arteries in the pathogenesis of preeclampsia.
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Inadequate maternal vascular response to placentation in pregnancies complicated by pre-eclampsia and by small-for-gestational age infants.
An examination of the maternal vascular response to placentation shows that physiological changes in the placental bed normally extend from the decidua into the inner myometrium. In pre-eclampsia andExpand
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The physiological response of the vessels of the placental bed to normal pregnancy.
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The myometrial junctional zone spiral arteries in normal and abnormal pregnancies: a review of the literature.
Deep placentation in the human requires physiologic transformation of the spiral arteries into uteroplacental vessels. This process involves the inner myometrial segment (junctional zone) of theExpand
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Decidualization of the human endometrium: mechanisms, functions, and clinical perspectives.
The fetomaternal interface, consisting of the maternal decidua and the invading fetal trophoblast, critically regulates placental function and the growth and development of the conceptus. In itsExpand
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Inadequate maternal vascular response to placentation in pregnancies complicated by pre‐eclampsia and by small‐for‐gestational age infants
Summary. An examination of the maternal vascular response to placentation shows that physiological changes in the placental bed normally extend from the decidua into the inner myometrium. InExpand
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Trophoblastic invasion of human decidua from 8 to 18 weeks of pregnancy.
Trophoblastic invasion of the human decidua has been studied in 48 intact uteri with pregnancies ranging from 8 to 18 weeks after the last menstrual period. Some cytotrophoblast invades the distalExpand
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Prospective multicentre randomized controlled trial to evaluate factors influencing the success rate of office diagnostic hysteroscopy.
BACKGROUND Diagnostic hysteroscopy is not widely performed in the office setting, one of the reasons being the discomfort produced by the procedure. This randomized controlled trial was performed toExpand
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