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Pathology of the Human Placenta
A methodical gross examination should be undertaken in all births and the results incorporated in the patient’s record.
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Pathology of the Human Placenta
Preface.- Examination of the placenta.- Macroscopic features of the delivered placenta.- Microscopic survey.- Placental types.- Early development of the human placenta.- Basic structure of theExpand
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Perinatal outcome of forty-nine pregnancies complicated by acardiac twinning.
Acardiac twinning affects 1 in 100 monozygotic twin pregnancies and 1 in 35,000 pregnancies overall. The presence of an acadiac twin requires the normal (or "pump") twin to provide circulation forExpand
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Effect of Predelivery Diagnosis in 99 Consecutive Cases of Placenta Accreta
OBJECTIVE: To estimate the effects of prenatal diagnosis and delivery planning on outcomes in patients with placenta accreta. METHODS: A review was performed of all patients with pathologicallyExpand
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Chromosome studies in the superfamily Bovoidea
The chromosome morphology of about 50 species of Bovoidea has now been investigated. Although the diploid number varies from 30 to 60 among these species, the fundamental number (NF) varies onlyExpand
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Morbidity, Mortality, and Placental Pathology in Excessively Long Umbilical Cords: Retrospective Study
The purpose of this study was to compare specific fetal, maternal, and placental factors, including neonatal morbidity and mortality, in infants with umbilical cords (UCs) of normal length to theExpand
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Chromosome banding studies of the Equidae.
The chromosome banding patterns of all seven extant species of the horse family, Equidae, are presented. This mammalian family is composed of a single genus, Equus, notable for its rapid karyotypic ev
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The umbilical cord twist: origin, direction, and relevance.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the origin, direction, and relevance of the umbilical cord twist. We initially hypothesized that the direction of the helix or twist of the human umbilicalExpand
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Congenital skin defects and fetus papyraceus.
Two unrelated infants with congenital skin defects (aplasia cutis congenita) involving the trunk and limbs, each with an associated monozygotic twin fetus papyraceus, are described. Evidence fromExpand
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Manual of Pathology of the Human Placenta
Evaluation of the First Trimester Products of Conception.- Evaluation of the Second Trimester Products of Conception.- Macroscopic Evaluation of the Second and Third Trimester Placenta.- MicroscopicExpand
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